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    • Growing adaptive leadership mindset: 

      Longo, Debra Mitchell (uga, 2017-08)
      As the world evolves, the issues humanity must face grow increasingly complex. Organizations need leaders able to navigate the daunting challenges that appear in this constantly changing environment. Through collaborative ...
    • Growing ecological citizenship 

      Boring, Samuel Travis (uga, 2013-05)
      Growing food at home is a popular way for individuals to spend time outside and eat fresh produce. This study asks whether food gardens are connected with larger issues such as access to food and an environmental consciousness ...
    • Growing higher education leaders through strategic talent management 

      Woodard, Tina Collins (uga, 2013-05)
      Talent is a global issue on which higher education must increase its focus. The purpose of this study was to understand talent management in American public colleges and universities. The chief learning officer of Premier ...
    • Growing into leadership 

      Griffeth, Lauren Ledbetter (uga, 2013-12)
      Women comprise 35% of faculty positions within biological/agricultural/environmental life sciences and related fields at four-year institutions across the United States (National Science Foundation, 2008a). The percentage ...
    • Growing together 

      Smith, Lakeesha Renee (uga, 2016-05)
      Adulthood can be described as a time of negotiating a range of demands and complex roles and life tasks that cross multiple, overlapping domains of experience for which there are no definitive guidelines or training. These ...
    • Growth and change in Beethoven's compositional style and approach 

      Byrd, Joshua (uga, 2011-05)
      While Vienna certainly served as the primary center for Beethoven’s music world, his hometown of Bonn left an indelible mark on the composer’s life. One of his original works—the Wind Octet, Opus 103—and its recomposition—the ...
    • Growth and differentiation of N1E-115 neuroblastoma cells in High Aspect Rotating Vessel (HARV)under hypoxia, normoxia and hyperoxia 

      Zhang, Weicheng (uga, 2001-12)
      The general purpose of this study was to confirm or rule out the possibility that microgravity and hypoxia were factors in the previously observed culture color change, from yellow to black/brown in differentiation of ...
    • Growth and survival of transplanted Acropora cervicornis in relation to coral reef restoration 

      Chilcoat, Geoffrey Clayton (uga, 2004-08)
      Acropora cervicornis fragments were transplanted seasonally (every 3 months) near Key Largo, Florida (patch reef-Admiral Reef and fore reef-Little Grecian Reef) and Lee Stocking Island, Bahamas (patch reef) in order to ...
    • Growth and yield modeling of loblolly pine in the western Gulf region of the U.S. through age 15 

      Gallagher, Derrick Andrew (uga, 2016-08)
      Growth and yield models are essential tools for forestland owners to make informed management decisions. Expected model accuracy when used in application is assumed to be similar to the model residual standard error reported ...
    • Growth industry 

      Johnson, Timothy (uga, 2010-12)
      After the Civil War, newly available commercial fertilizers fed the soils of the southern cotton economy. As the largest fertilizer-consuming state in the country in the late nineteenth century, Georgia became the proving ...
    • Growth of Listeria monocytogenes in a multispecies biofilm formed in a humid environment with soluble protein 

      Birt, Dawn M (uga, 2002-08)
      The primary objective of this research project is to determine the ability of L. monocytogenes to grow as part of a mixed species biofilm in the presence of condensation and protein soils. The secondary objective is to ...
    • GSP 

      Ding, Liren (uga, 2008-12)
      The attachment of the sugar N-acetylglucosamine (GlcNAc) to proteins occurs after the protein is folded into its 3D shape. The GlcNAc is transferred to the surface of the protein by the enzyme O-GlcNAc transferase (OGTase). ...
    • Guerrilla memory 

      Hulbert, Matthew Christopher (uga, 2015-05)
      This dissertation is a history of the collision of Civil War memory with the savage realities of guerrilla warfare in the western borderlands of Missouri and Kansas. My purpose is twofold: first, to blueprint how and why ...
    • Guidelines for designing green roofs that promote human health and well-being 

      You, Tianchi (uga, 2016-08)
      In dense, urban areas, where pollution is highly concentrated, green roof s show tremendous potential as a method of beautifying cityscapes, improving air quality, supplying extra farmland, saving energy, fulfilling many ...
    • Guidelines for the classical singer of non-classical American song 

      Pilkington, Jonathan Wayne (uga, 2014-05)
      This document addresses the issues of performance of non-classical songs by classically trained singers and provides performance practice guidelines for the classical singer when singing non-classical repertoire, specifically ...
    • Guinea pigs as a model of cholesterol-induced cardiac concentric remodeling 

      Owen, Joy Renee (uga, 2005-12)
      Hypercholesterolemia contributes to the progression of atherosclerosis, coronary heart disease, and hypertension in humans. Normotensive hypercholesterolemic patients develop cardiac (leftventricular) concentric remodeling ...
    • Gum acacia structural features and emulsion stability 

      Dong, Haiqin (uga, 2012-05)
      The structure-function relationship of commercial gum acacia (GA) from Acacia senegal (SG1, SG2 and SG3) and Acacia seyal (SY1 and SY2) were studied. The protein content was less than 0.9 µg/mg (p>0.05) and ζ-potential ...
    • GUS SB 

      Ibañez, Conrad Vincent (uga, 2009-08)
      The Genomics Unified Schema (GUS) is a relational database schema that supports a wide range of data types including genomics, gene expression, transcript assemblies, proteomics, and many others. Together with the GUS ...
    • Gutes tun 1,3 

      Haas, Erica Marie (uga, 2009-05)
      The play Gutes Tun 1,3 (2005), written and performed by Anne Tismer and Rahel Savoldelli, lends to comparison to the works of Bertolt Brecht: Tismer and Savoldelli aim to educate the audience about social issues, using ...
    • Gyburc and Herzeloyde 

      Rowe, Julie L. (uga, 2004-08)
      This thesis seeks to examine two of Wolfram von Eschenbach’s female characters: Herzeloyde from his work Parzival and Gyburc of his subsequent epic Willehalm. This paper focuses on these figures primarily by contrasting ...