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Beauty Outside Our Doors: Conservation Stories of Black Hawk County

Running Past the Trees: Facing Childhood and Adolescence in Iowa's Cedar Valley

The Make Cook Do Book

Analysis of Mammut americanum Tusk for Asbestos

An In Between Study: The usage of cross-sectional SEM and Raman Spectroscopy to map the surface interfacing of a mastodon tusk and its lacquers

Energy-Dispersive X-ray (EDX) Mapping of Lead in Mastodon Tusk Using SEM

Exploration of Potential Treatments of Bronze Disease Through SEM/EDX Analysis

This collection represents the variety of class projects found in UNI's institutional repository, UNI ScholarWorks.

Several books have been written as class projects, including Beauty Outside Our Doors: Conservation Stories of Black Hawk County, Running Past the Trees: Facing Childhood and Adolescence in Iowa's Cedar Valley and The Make Cook Do Book.

Poster presentations created for the upper level undergraduate CHEM 4310 course are included above. The class partners with the UNI Museum to conduct chemical analysis on a variety of museum objects. During the first year, students analyzed a Mastodon Tusk found in Hampton, Iowa in the 1930's. During 2018-2019 academic year, one poster (with paper), Exploration of Potential Treatments of Bronze Disease Through SEM/EDX Analysis, won third prize in the 2019 Mary Ann Bolton Undergraduate Research Award. The poster and paper have 97 global downloads.