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  • Chappell, Fred; Ruark, Gibbons; Lea, Sydney; Marion, Jeff Daniel; Smith, Barbara; Speece, Merry; Huddle, David; Root, William Pitt; Bayes, Ronald H.; Miller, Heather Ross; Lauthermilch, Steven; Morgan, Robert; Matthews, Jack; Stephenson, Shelby (Humanities Division, University of Tampa, 1983)
    EDITORIAL NOTE: With this issue of ABATIS ONE, the UT Review is replaced. ABATIS ONE initiates a new editorial policy. Each issue will be devoted to one of America's outstanding writers. Our first is Fred Chappell. As Jim ...
  • Connellan, Leo; Chappell, Fred; Eberhart, Richard; Reeve, F.D.; Stafford, William; Ignatow, David; Carruth, Hayden; Junkins, Donald; Schechter, Ruth Lisa; Fishman, Charles; Essary, Loris; Oslander, M. Marcuss; Kessler, Milton; Shipley, Vivian; Masters, Marcia Lee; Merriam, Kendell; Selzer, Richard; Nanfito,Bryanne; Collier, Carol; Faulkner, D.W.; Axelrod, David B.; Fisher, Charles; Collier, Carol; Lev, Donald; McCurdy, Michael; Packard, William; Woods, John, E. (Humanities Division, University of Tampa, 1983)
    EDITORIAL NOTE: In keeping with my our policy of dedicating each issue to one of the very best of American writers, ABATIS TWO is dedicated to LEO CONNELLAN, recent winner of the Shelley Memorial Award and whose book THE ...
  • Locke, Duane; Russell, M. Frank III; Chappell, Fred (Humanities Division, University of Tampa, 1986)
    Special Note: This issue concludes Abatis and Duane Locke's connection with the University of Tampa. The dates preceding the poems are the years of composition. Duane Locke wishes to thank all the editors for the original ...
  • Unknown author (College of Art and Design, The University of Tampa, 2007)
  • Grinstead, Eve (College of Art and Design, The University of Tampa, 2009)
  • Thomas, Stacey; Schuler, Simon; Fernanda Martinez, Cintia; Cunha, Katia; Smith, Verne V. (Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Physics, College of Natural and Health Sciences, The University of Tampa, 2019)
    KIC 8462852 is a star of interest due to it’s unusual flux phenomena. Although there is now a better understanding of the star’s photometric fluctuations, the star has yet to be fully characterized. Our research focuses ...
  • Stange, Emma (Department of English and Writing, The University of Tampa, 2019)
    Marine environments are essentially underwater cities; not only are they bursting with shrieks and shrills from animals, but humans have injected their own noises into the environment such as naval sonar, shipping traffic/boat ...
  • Stadler, Caroline; Miller, Jessalyn; Aguado Loi, Claudia X. (Department of Public Health and the Department of Biology, College of Natural and Health Sciences, The University of Tampa, 2019)
    Student influenza vaccine uptake on campus is significantly below national goals set by Healthy People 2020 and the American College Health Association. Students commonly view the flu vaccine as ineffective due to ...
  • Victoria Suslovitch, Madeleine Kenton, and Eric C. Freundt (College of Natural and Health Sciences, The University of Tampa, 2015)
    The effects of ascorbic acid (vitamin C) on the gram positive bacteria Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) and the gram negative bacteria Escherichia coli (E. coli) were studied using a serial dilution of concentrated vitamin ...
  • Joseph, Colin (The Office of Undergraduate Research and Inquiry, The University of Tampa, 2018)
    As with any other city, Tampa Bay is prone to a number of hazards and disasters that could potentially pose a danger for citizens and the general business environment. To prepare for cases like this, it is important to ...
  • Henderson, Marissa (Department of English and Writing, The University of Tampa, 2019)
    Ann Lowe was an African American fashion designer who landed jobs with some of the biggest names of the time. This essay calls for greater recognition of Lowe's work while exploring the challenges she faced on her path ...
  • Donna R. Rauschuber, Joshua L. Rodriguez, Domenic L. Sestito, Christopher A. Campbell, Mary P. Martinasek (College of Natural and Health Sciences, The University of Tampa, 2015)
    The purpose of this study was to assess the risk of type 2 diabetes among Black/African American and White/Caucasian male and female students at the University of Tampa using a validated survey instrument for comparison ...
  • Johnson, Heather; Froeschke, Bridgette; Waggett, Rebecca (Department of Biology, College of Natural and Health Sciences, The University of Tampa, 2019)
    Vibrio is a genus of bacteria whose species naturally inhabit warm, marine waters throughout the world. Many of these species are pathogenic to humans, which makes predicting outbreaks of vital importance. Considerable ...
  • Andrade, Daniela Gutierrez (Department of English and Writing, The University of Tampa, 2019)
    Historically, fairytales have promoted passive heroines that exist within well-defined patriarchal societies, but the protofeminist themes present in Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont’s Beauty and the Beast make it an ...
  • Carrier, David (College of Art and Design, The University of Tampa, 2009)
  • Sparkman III, Charles Lee (College of Art and Design, The University of Tampa, 2009)
  • Hagan, Raylea (Department of English and Writing, The University of Tampa, 2019)
    An unavoidable truth of colorism is often ignored because of the way society has pushed it aside. Through an analysis of historical, economic, and social data and research, this piece is written as a way to shed a ...
  • Nelson, Dorota Biszel (College of Art and Design, The University of Tampa, 2008)
  • Gotlieb, Marc (College of Art and Design, The University of Tampa, 2007)
  • Michael L. Koren, Omari M. Richins, and Eric C. Freundt (College of Natural and Health Sciences, The University of Tampa, 2015)
    The introduction of antibiotics into everyday life has led to untreatable infections because some bacteria are resistant to nearly all forms of antibiotics. One antimicrobial, triclosan, has been used for over 30 years in ...

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