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  • Smith, Farley (2012-04-22)
    Studies have shown that community gardens address food insecurity, ecological concerns, and provide benefits to individuals and the community as a whole. Churches have become common sites for community gardens, yet few ...
  • Hawley, Michael Collins (2017)
    <p>There is a widespread belief among scholars that liberalism and republicanism are two alternative traditions, that the ideal of liberty for individuals to freely order their own lives and ideal of liberty for political ...
  • LaJeunesse, Katherine (2009-04-24)
    Local governments have played an important role in the adoption of the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System. Many local governments offer incentives ...
  • Mwimba, Musoki (2016)
    <p>Air humidity is an environmental cue that influences many physiological responses in terrestrial organisms. In early chronobiology studies, it was thought that humidity could influence the circadian clock. However, no ...
  • Zhu, Edward (2015)
    <p>One of the outstanding goals of neuroscience is to understand how neural circuits are assembled to produce context appropriate behavior. In an ever changing environment, it is critical for animals to be able to flexibly ...
  • Hwang, Richard Yi-Jen (2009)
    <p>Pain is defined by the international association of pain as an "unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage". Most people have ...
  • Travis, Amanda (2017)
    <p>Dim light vision requires the dopamine D1 receptor for the sensitization of rod bipolar cells by GABA. However, the circuit behind this mechanism is poorly defined. We used electroretinogram recordings of mice with ...
  • Rao, Hrishikesh; Mayo, J. Patrick; Sommer, Marc A. (2016-12-01)
    Saccadic eye movements rapidly displace the image of the world that is projected onto the retinas. In anticipation of each saccade, many neurons in the visual system shift their receptive fields. This presaccadic change ...
  • Rao, HM; Mayo, JP; Sommer, MA (2016-09-21)
    Saccadic eye movements rapidly displace the image of the world that is projected onto the retinas. In anticipation of each saccade, many neurons in the visual system shift their receptive fields. This presaccadic change ...
  • Lighty, Ryan K. (2014-05-12)
    This Paper examines possible explanations for the differing policies of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), which adopted a "Ninth Circuit only" approach, and the Department of Energy (DOE), which adopted a single ...
  • Iannaccone, A; Giorgianni, F; New, DD; Hollingsworth, TJ; Umfress, A; Alhatem, AH; Neeli, I; Lenchik, NI; Jennings, BJ; Calzada, JI; Satterfield, S; Mathews, D; Diaz, RI; Harris, T; Johnson, KC; Charles, S; Kritchevsky, SB; Gerling, IC; Beranova-Giorgianni, S; Radic, MZ; Health ABC study (2015)
    BACKGROUND: We investigated sera from elderly subjects with and without age-related macular degeneration (AMD) for presence of autoantibodies (AAbs) against human macular antigens and characterized their identity. METHODS: ...
  • Lynne O’ Brien (Duke Center for Instructional Technology, 2002)
    During its third year of operation, the Center for Instructional Technology expanded its activities and services to reflect growing use of instructional technology by Duke faculty and students. Many of the CIT's previous ...
  • Lynne O’Brien (Duke Center for Instructional Technology, 2003)
    This year marks the Center for Instructional Technology’s fi fth year at Duke University. During those five years, the CIT staff and I have worked with faculty, staff and students throughout the campus. As we interact with ...
  • Yvonne Belanger (Duke Center for Instructional Technology, 2006-11)
  • Kenyon, Amy (2014-01-30)
    CIT supports the teaching and learning needs of individual faculty, academic departments, programs and schools. To advance Duke’s mission and strategic goals, CIT collaborates with librarians, technologists, administrators ...
  • Kenyon, Amy (2013-09-17)
    CIT staff support the teaching and learning needs of individual faculty, academic departments, programs and schools. To advance Duke’s mission and strategic goals, CIT collaborates with librarians, technologists, administrators ...
  • Miller, Shawn; Kenyon, Amy; Manturuk, Kimberly Rebecca (2014-07-24)
    The Duke Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) contributes to Duke's academic excellence by helping faculty explore and evaluate innovative ways to use technology and pedagogy to meet their teaching goals.
  • Yvonne Belanger (Duke Center for Instructional Technology, 2009)
    The Center for Instructional Technology supports academic excellence at Duke University by promoting innovation in teaching and learning. During the 2008 09 academic year, the CIT helped over 900 instructors experiment ...
  • Yvonne Belanger (Duke Center for Instructional Technology, 2008)
    In 2007-08, the Center for Instructional Technology expanded its outreach to faculty and departments, supported faculty innovation with mobile and web-based instructional technologies, enhanced the capabilities of Blackboard, ...
  • Mangum, Kyle Douglas (2012)
    <p>People live and work in local markets spatially distinct from one another, yet space is absent from most economic models of the national labor market. Workers choose the markets in which they will participate, but there ...