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"I am currently enrolled in graduate school, doing both therapy and diagnostic testing with a multitude of age ranges. In therapy, I work with children, adolescents, adults and also provide marriage counseling, parent guidance and family therapy. Diagnostic testing gives me an opportunity to work with a wide range of referral questions such as learning difficulties, attention difficulties, gastric bypass evaluations, intellectual and personality measures. Lake Superior State University gave me a strong background in statistics and other courses that provided me with the skills to success and prepared me for graduate school."

Jacey Cook
Psychology Alum,
Graduate Student
University of Detroit Mercy

College of Arts, Letters, Social Sciences and Emergency Services

School of Communication Studies and the Fine & Performing Arts

Fine Arts Studies Department

Major Productions

At the Mercy of Ruin *
2011
Spring
Times' Up (from All in the Timing) +
2011
Spring
Coppelia, a comedic ballet
2011
Spring
Icarus
2010
Fall
Romeo and Juliet
2010
Spring
Running for the Storm Cellar from Escaping Tornado Season *
2009
Fall
You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown
2009
Spring
Relationships *
2008
Fall
Proud Monster *
2008
Spring
The Diviners
2008
Spring
Lemonade and I'm Herbert
2007
Fall
Modern Martyr *
2007
Spring
Macbeth
2007
Spring
The Glass Menagerie
2006
Fall
Incident at Thompson Slough and Other Stories *
2006
Fall
The Vagina Monologues +
2006
Spring
A Small, Good Thing *
2006
Spring
Body My House
2006
Spring
No Exit +
2005
Spring
Elliot Enacted *
2004
Fall
The Fantasticks
2004
Spring
Agnes of God
2003
Fall
Silver Voices *
2003
Spring
The Vagina Monologues +
2003
Spring
Shades and Shadows of Violence *
2002
Fall
Talking With
2002
Spring
Our Town
2002
Spring
Greater Tuna
2001
Spring
Canadian Gothic
2000
Fall

* denotes original scripting and adaptation
+ denotes student-directed and -designed productions

 

 

A Spatial Analysis of Greenhouse Gasses and Household Income

Scott Sowers

Emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) by industries have been increasing at an exponential rate in the past century. As these emissions increase in number of sources, as well as amount of output, the impact on the environment becomes more significant. However, the United States relies heavily on industry for creation of new products, materials, and economic factors such as employment. Industries attract employment opportunities, which in return attract living accommodations. The basis of this project was to see if there is any spatial correlation between GHG emissions and income of households (within a county) of a GHG emitter. Using Geographical Information Science (GIS), we are able to search for a correlation between lower class households and amounts of GHG emissions. After processing the data, we are able to show that there is no trend in GHG emissions and the proximity to lower class households. Towards the end of the project, we were able to see an extremely slight trend of lower amounts of GHG emissions near upper class households. The project also provides the statistics, or any autocorrelation, of the data for significance testing to determine whether or not there is a probability of the relationship. The statistics provided will be the R2 value, regression, and correlation.

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