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    • Playhouse on the Square internship 

      Scott, Elizabeth (Beckett) (University of the South, 2013-08)
    • Playing in Traffic Records (ACE) internship 

      Grochowski, Andrea (University of the South, 2013-08)
    • Pluris Valuation Advisors Internship Report 

      Patel, Shashin (University of the South, 2009-08)
    • Pneumatology: The Spirit of Reiki 

      Allen, Ruth (2009-05)
      Reiki is a complementary medicine, a form of “hands on healing,” used in hospitals, hospice, medical doctors’ offices, in private practice, and in conjunction with psychotherapy sessions and spiritual direction. This ...
    • Point Reyes Bird Observatory Internship Report 

      Casey, Jordan (University of the South, 2009-08)
    • Political Ecology Reference List 

      Allen, Barry; Klepek, James (2014)
      A partially annotated bibliography of key works in the field of political ecology. Teaching Method: suggested references for student research
    • Politics and the Preaching Dilemma: Preaching the Gospel in an Age of Materialism 

      Stauffer, Clarence Roy III (University of the South, 2015-05)
      This thesis wrestles with one of the greatest tensions of our time: proclaiming the message of Jesus Christ regarding money and materialism in an age where the accumulation of wealth and possessions is glorified and coveted. ...
    • Polymorphic microsatellite markers identified for genotyping of Sassafras albidum 

      Sterling, Cade; Palagi, Jason; Evans, Jonathan (University of the South, 2020)
      We show that 12 loci originally identified in Sassafras randaiense are polymorphic microsatellites in Sassafras albidum and can be used to genotype individuals which belong to the same clone. Microsatellite markers provide ...
    • Pongdee Research Group 

      Miller, Justin (University of the South, 2012-08)
      The organization I worked for was the Pongdee Research Group or PRG. This organization conducts the research of organic synthesis through purely chemical means and through biological-aided synthesis.
    • Pongdee Research Group 

      Sidrys, Marija (University of the South, 2012-08)
      This summer I worked in an organic chemistry lab as a member of the Pongdee Research Group in Sewanee, Tennessee. I saw my internship as a small stepping-stone to attaining my goal of attending medical school and becoming ...
    • Potential Mountain Lion Habitat on the Domain and Barriers to its Access 

      Mazyck, Mary; Bartenstein, Catherine; Williams, Charlie; Wilson, Elizabeth; Evans, John; Van de Ven, Chris (University of the South, 2011-04-29)
      Although mountain lions were declared extinct in the eastern United States in 2011, there is continued interest in the possibility of small surviving populations in remote areas. In the last several years, there have been ...
    • Poverty and the Dine Internship Report 

      Wright, T. Carson (University of the South, 2009-08)
    • Power of Arduino 

      Nshimiyimana, Marcellin (University of the South, 2012-08)
      Briefly, learning how to program electronic devices such as Arduino so that they can do any physical task for me, was my goals for the summer. However, with time, I have realized that there are more one can do with Arduino ...
    • Practice of Christian Mindfulness as an Imaginative Challenge in Parish Ministry 

      Higginbotham, Stuart (University of the South, 2017-05-11)
      Project under the direction of Professor Julia Gatta In an age when anxieties around church attendance and participation prompt pastors and lay leaders alike to explore myriad leadership resources, there is another, ...
    • Preaching Baptism Year Round 

      Shumard, James Bradley (University of tthe South, 2018-04)
      This paper both advocates and provides impetus and resources for preaching Baptism and The Baptismal Covenant throughout the year. People need to hear sermons on baptisms more often than when baptisms occur because first ...
    • Preaching in the Digital Era: Options, Choices, and Methods of Feedback 

      Smith, Stephen Bradley (2014-01-20)
      In an era of rapidly changing and expanding media options, the way we communicate in the United States is going through. Meanwhile, in the midst of this digital age preaching remains largely an exclusively oral medium. ...
    • Predicting Multiflora Rose Habitat on the Sewanee Domain 

      Henderson, Charlotte; Cowan, William; Evans, John; Van de Ven, Chris (University of the South, 2011-04-29)
      Multiflora rose (Rosa multiflora) is an invasive species on the Sewanee Domain; planted as a solution to soil erosion, as an ornamental plant, and to act as a “natural fence” (USNPS, 2010). It can replace original vegetation ...
    • Preliminary Properties of a New Measure of Assertiveness, Strategic Assertiveness and Passivity 

      Mates, Hadley; Pickett, Leigh Anne; Bryson, Catherine; Robb, Jeannette; Bardi, C. Albert (University of the South, 2011-04-29)
      Extant measures (e.g. Rathus, 1973) conceptualize assertiveness as social boldness and frankness. Studies assessing minority groups in the U.S. (e.g., Hall & Beil-Warner, 1978) with a variety of measures of assertiveness ...
    • The Priest as Clinician: A Case for Intentional and Informed Involvement of Parish Clergy with Clinical Teams Caring for Parishioners 

      Dunagan, Joe Kimbell (2014-01-20)
      A challenge for parish clergy is to minister to parishioners as they experience illnesses in such a way as to help transform the experience of being sick from one of objectification and isolation, to an experience that can ...
    • Priestly formation in the Anglican Church in Malawi: A History and Analysis of Theological Education/Training 

      Chanzah, Makweya (University of the South, 2020-05)
      With the opening of Leonard Kamungu Theological College (LKTC) the Anglican Church in Malawi's desire to have its clergy formed at an Anglican college and within an Anglican ethos, following the tradition of the Universities ...