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Limestone University Digital Collections (LUDC): Student Works
The Limestone University Digital Collections (LUDC) is an Open Access platform showcasing the digital collections of Limestone University via the Shared Shelf Commons.
We would like to make a special mention for the following students who were not able to participate in the Fall 2020 Student Research and Presentations Symposium but who are sharing their research by submitting it to Shared Shelf:
A. William's NU 305: Health Assessment and Promotion
N. Sellers - Health Infographics: Is Your Stress Killing You?
F. Cavallini's PE 303 Principles of Coaching:
P. Martinez - Discipline management style and coaching effectiveness with athletes
D. Pryor - Discipline management style and coaching effectiveness with athletes
A. Coran - Ethics, morality, and coaching effectiveness with athletes
C. Sorenson - Ethics, Morality, and Coaching Effectiveness with Athletes
J. Taybron - Communication Style and Coaching Effectiveness with Athletes
W. Watkins - Communication Style and Coaching Effectiveness with Athletes
C. Corley - Athlete Development and Coaching Effectiveness in Sports
K. Rudy - Personal Development and Coaching Effectiveness with Athletes
F. Cavallini's PE 327 Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
D. Pyror - Physical activity in the older population
D. Allen - Physical Activities in Home Environment
C. McCluney - Physical Activity and the Work Environment
G. Cutler - Physical Activity in Firefighters
M. Reid - Physical Activity and Secondary Education
G. Rivera - Physical Activity and the College Student
NOTE: The above presentations will be available on Shared Shelf in the Spring 2020 semester.
Below is a list of Undergraduate Works within this collection.
Access to these collections is via Shared Shelf Commons*, and is made possible by support from the Council of Independent Colleges and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.