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  • Broome, Hunter, Stranahan, Merchant Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-02-10)
    Collection consists of documents, legal documents such as deeds and liens, photographs, maps, and correspondence pertaining to the Broome, Stranahan, Merchant, and Hunter families and in particular Claude A. Broome, Lizzie ...
  • Business Men's Bible Class Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-02-17)
    The Business Men’s Bible Class was organized in November 1928. The goal of the organization was to include unchurched men in a non-denominational religious organization. The class has no rules and regulation, no special ...
  • Buttery Family Library Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-01-29)
    Dorothy Buttery collected books, pamphlets, and travel materials from various places and donated them to the WTC. The collection contains 15 linear feet of books (located in regular and closed stacks), pamphlets (indexed ...
  • Calculating Morality and Decision Making 

    Hansen, Joshua; Smith, Brenna; Kreitler, Crystal (2013-09-13)
    The dual-process theory of moral judgment (Greene, 2008) hypothesizes that moral responses to ethical decisions are fundamentally guided by two differing systems: one based in calculated reason (utilitarianism) and the ...
  • Captain Greg Eanes Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-01-29)
    Captain Eanes, an Air Force officer and one-time student at ASU, researched the battle of Sayler’s Creek at the West Texas Collection, and his father’s newspaper in Virginia published the article Eanes wrote based upon his ...
  • Changes in intake and nutritional quality of saltcedar 

    Knight, Colt (2012-05-12)
    Recently weaned Boer-cross (n=20) and Angora (n=6) goats were individually penned and fed increasing amounts of saltcedar. Weight, intake, and water consumption data were monitored. In addition, saltcedar samples were ...
  • Circadian and seasonal activity patterns of sympatric hog-nosed (Conepatus leuconotus) and striped (Mephitis mephitis) skunks 

    Cochran, Tyler (2012-08-10)
    Circadian and seasonal activity of sympatric hog-nosed (Conepatus leuconotus, n = 12) and striped skunks (Mephitis mephitis, n = 9) were monitored via activity-sensorequipped radiocollars from 15 October 2010 to 20 November ...
  • Cissy Edmond Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-02-03)
    Cissy Edmond (1908-1996) was a long-time resident of San Angelo and a member of the Pocahontas Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas. Cissy Edmond conducted genealogical research on many families, including ...
  • Colonel Robert E. Byrns Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-01-29)
    Colonel Robert E. Byrns (1910-1999) was active in the military and served in World War II before later working as a professor of history at Angelo State University. The collection contains 46 issues of Frontier Times; an ...
  • COMBATING INSIDER THREATS: AN ANALYSIS OF CURRENT UNITED STATES INSIDER THREAT POLICIES AND NECESSARY IMPROVEMENTS 

    Porter, Michael Lawrence (2014-05-05)
    In recent years, America has seen a rise in insider threat related incidents. Insider threats are individual with placement and access to critical infrastructures, military units, and the government and their supporting ...
  • Community structure and population trends for bats in Big Bend National Park, Texas over the last 18 years 

    Adams, Erin; Ammerman, Loren (2014-05-06)
    The Chihuahuan Desert region in west Texas is known to support at least 27 species of bats, 22 species have been documented within Big Bend National Park (BBNP) alone. We examined the relative abundance of 5700 bats of ...
  • Comparative venomic studies of the western cottonmouth (Agkistrodon Piscivorus Leucostoma) and the western diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus Atrox) 

    Pleen, Joseph J. (2012-08-10)
    The ability to identify and classify individual venomic variation is essential to understanding intraspecific and intergenus variation of snake venom proteomes (venomes) and useful for developing more toxin specific ...
  • Conception rate differences in sexed vs. non-sexed semen 

    Brooks, Kayla L. (2011-06-21)
    The objective of this study was to determine if sexed semen has similar conception rates as non-sexed semen. Eighty-four Angus females from the Angelo State University’s Management, Instruction and Research Center were ...
  • Concho Contemporary Fine Arts Association Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-01-29)
    The Concho Contemporary Fine Arts Association (CCFAA) was a local chapter of the Texas Fine Arts Association (TFAA) that was ratified in 1980, under the direction of Mrs. Donna Swartz, and disbanded in the late 80’s once ...
  • Concho Valley Electric Co-op Power Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-02-17)
    Today the Concho Valley Electric Cooperative, a non-profit organized in May 1940, serves over 4,400 members and has 3,606 miles of line covering 4,175 square miles in ten counties: Tom Green, Coke, Concho, Sterling, ...
  • CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES AND HISPANIC CONSTITUENTS: OFFICIAL CONGRESSIONAL WEBSITES AS AN OUTREACH TOOL DURING THE 2014 MIDTERM ELECTIONS 

    Wimberly, Preston Taren (6/19/2014)
    This study examined 435 House.gov webpages of members in the 113th Congressional House of Representatives. In order to determine which political party reached out more to the Latino community, the sites were coded for ...
  • Corn Gluten Feed in Winter Supplements 

    Alejandro, Nicholas Andrew
    The objective of this study was to test the feasibility of using corn gluten feed in winter supplements. For this study, 60 unbred Rambouillet ewes were randomly assigned to one of twenty pens. Additionally, pens were ...
  • Crews' Register of Funerals, Runnel County Collection 

    West Texas Collection (2015-02-12)
    The ledger contains record of the sales of caskets (usually including funeral) from Charles Crews’ Funeral Parlor. It includes the name of deceased, residence, age, date of death, cause of death (for some), and other items ...
  • CRIUS:Undergraduate Research Journal 

    Mata, Mario; Lehto, Heather; Schlemeyer, Brooke; Ward, James; Serio, Tara; Dixon, T. Michael; Mobley, Alexis; Ammerman, Loren; Denham, Aimee; Jones, Mary; Strenth, Ned; Olsen, Simon; LeGrand, Rob; Antle, Aubrey; Huang, Biqing; Motl, Sean; Sanders, David; Hansen, Joshua; Kreitler, Crystal; Huereca, Jazmine; Ulibarri, Phylicia; Hartje, Mary Ellen; Hall, Justin; Muelsch, Christine; Sussdorf, Rebecca; Handlin, Tessa; Shocklee, Jordon; Young, Kala; Burnett, Michael; Siler, Misty; Wanoreck, Ethan; Muhammad, Shakira; Diaz, Jaslyn; Lujan, Jarred; Glassford, John; Huffman, Ethan; Batten, Brandon; Coffman, Adam; Irish, John; Kullberg, Kimberly; Lamberson, Christine; Dewar, David; Logsdon, Joshua; Dewar, David; Carrillo, Lynette; Coleman, Barbara; Hack, Tay; Tolboom, Suzanna; Battaglia, Adria (Angelo State University, 2014-09)
    Volume 2 Number 1 of the CRIUS. This journal includes the research of undergraduate students as part of Research & Creative Endeavor Symposium
  • David Williams Letters 

    West Texas Collection (2015-01-29)
    David and Helen Williams lived in Yandell, Texas, where they ranched for a living. In October 1886, David Williams was involved in a fatal drowning accident along the North Concho. James Coleman is the grandson of David ...