University of Detroit Mercy Dissertation, Thesis, and Student Project Collections

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University of Detroit Mercy Dissertation, Thesis, and Student Project Collections

 

The University of Detroit Mercy Libraries/Instructional Design Studio present these bachelors theses, masters theses, and doctoral dissertations as fulfillment of students' requirements for graduation. This set of collections also includes student projects, including capstones and other creative and academic student work. The documents reflect the research, analysis, creative interpretation, and writing of the respective students. The University of Detroit Mercy accepts these theses as the original work of each student without endorsement of any specific theories, themes, architecture structure or creative interpretation.

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  • Bartolon, Ferdinem (2021-04-29)
    A person who changes his place of residence for a distinctive one is called a migrant. A migrant tries to search for a new place, where he or she can find better conditions to live. According to the International Organization ...
  • Vannoy, Anthony (2021-04-29)
    This thesis proposes the use of a Neighborhood Improvement Authority which is a local government entity that is created to help fund the stainability and growth of residential neighborhoods. Using this entity, the neighborhood ...
  • Anderson, Dana (2021-04-28)
    The cost of living in California exceeds many peoples budget in the urban areas. San Francisco and Los Angeles are two of the most expensive cities in the U.S. The average rent in Los Angeles if up 32% since 2000, while ...
  • Mcheik, Amjad (2021-04-27)
    This document focuses on carrying Beirut from the after the blast effect into a full functional better than before state, which can be done by working on many fields , one of those fields is architecture and design.It ...
  • Play 
    Valentage, Kyle (2021-04-27)
    This thesis investigates how play signals can communicate with the existing signals embedded within the built environment to create a dialog around critical issues in the city of Detroit. Play is a fundamental engagement ...

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