University of Tampa Institutional Repository

The University of Tampa Institutional Repository is a digital service that collects, preserves, and distributes the intellectual output of the UT community. Our repository is an important tool for preserving UT's legacy, while promoting the University’s scholarship around the world.

The University of Tampa Institutional Repository Guide

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  • Jenna Grace Sciuto, Ph.D.; Rhi Johnson, Ph.D.; Genny Ballard, Ph.D.; Lisa Nalbone, Ph.D. (The Center for José Martí Studies Affiliate at the University of Tampa, 2021)
    One important mission of the Center for José Martí Studies Affiliate at the University of Tampa is to promote José Martí in the classroom. Whether through his literary works, journalism, or activism, teaching Marti to ...
  • Garcia, Tiffany (MAPC, The University of Tampa, 2022-01)
    Texual Analysis of fundraising events within institutions of higher education.
  • Schellenberg, Kathryn (MAPC, The University of Tampa, 2021-12)
    This is an autoethnography describing dating patterns through personal narratives. The way daters are communicating and dating has changed. Through my experiences I am trying to raise awareness for those who are also ...
  • Rosario, Jose (MAPC, The University of Tampa, 2021-12)
    My Capstone project research is about the phenomenon of fake news and misinformation and the causes, effects and solution to these problems.
  • McSorley, Kyle (MAPC, The University of Tampa, 2021-12)
    This research study aims to understand how United States residents feel about different elements of China’s Social Credit System (SCS). The SCS was announced in 2014 by China’s ruling party as a system that would “Allow ...

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