Jennifer Amanda Jones

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Graduate Student), and all those who participated in the survey. Executive Summary This report examines the attitudes and behavior guiding those who commute to the College of Charleston. The report is based on data gathered from a campus‐wide survey conducted in spring 2011 for the Campus Greenhouse Gas Audit. Commuting is integral to campus logistics and(More)
BACKGROUND Playground injuries are fairly common and can require hospitalization and or surgery. Previous research has suggested that compliance with guidelines or standards can reduce the incidence of such injuries, and that poorer children are at increased risk of playground injuries. OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to determine the(More)
This study examined the course of neuropsychological functioning in patients with chronic myelogeous leukemia (n = 91) or myelodysplastic syndrome (n = 15) who underwent standard treatment for their disease or allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) at baseline, 12 months, and 18 months post-treatment. At baseline, 23% of the participants(More)
Contributors retain the rights to their own work, and should be contacted directly for permission. Acknowledgments Many people have contributed their time, advice, and teaching materials to this guide. Kim Voss guided this project through its fruition—it simply would not have been possible without her insight and support. Michael Burawoy hosted a forum on(More)
  • Vicki Meredith, Richard Schramm, +9 authors JAMAICAN PAADNER
  • 2012
LiBRARIES ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This project wouldn't have been a fruitful exercise without the facilitation provided by Alicea Taylor; the direction of Richard Schramm and George Huggins; the critical input of Pradeep Srivastava, Bish Sanyal, Emira Woods, Ruth Wade and Merle Wade; the willingness to share their expertise and time of kindness of the librarians(More)
Charleston. He also teaches courses on sustainability and environmental policy to undergraduates and in the Master of Environmental Studies (MES) program. He can be reached at: fisherb@cofc.edu. Jennifer Jones: Jennifer is a MES candidate and Graduate Assistant to the Office of Sustainability at the College of Charleston. Her thesis research focuses on(More)
OBJECTIVE Susceptibility to cigarette smoking in tobacco-naive youth is a strong predictor of smoking initiation. Identifying mechanisms that contribute to smoking susceptibility provide information about early targets for smoking prevention. This study investigated whether sensitivity to secondhand smoke exposure (SHSe) contributes to smoking(More)