This series includes the scholarly publications of the faculty of the College of Liberal Arts and the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College.
The faculty of Rollins College is committed to disseminating the fruits of its research and scholarship as widely as possible. Therefore, the selection of publications represented here was authored by, chosen by, and uploaded with the permission of individual faculty authors in an effort to make their works available to the public as well as the larger international research community. The standards and formats of Rollins faculty’s scholarly work are determined by academic departments and appropriate to the expressed discipline of each author.
For access to all the books authored by Rollins faculty members search the Olin Library online catalog.
Submissions from 2017
Rolling Circle Mutagenesis of GST-mCherry to Understand Mutation, Gene Expression, and Regulation, Jessica Cole, Amanda Ferguson, Veronica A. Segarra, and Susan Walsh
Narrative Skills Predict Peer Adjustment across Elementary School Years, Alice J. Davidson, Marsha D. Walton, Bhavna Kansal, and Robert Cohen
Novel species-specific glycoprotein on the surface of Mytilus edulis and M. trossulus eggs, Fiona M. Harper, Kasandra J. Riley, and R. D. Rawson
Rhyme or Reason?: Patterns in Book Pricing by Format, Jonathan H. Harwell
ATG Special Report — Purchasing Articles by Demand-Driven Acquisition: An Alternative Serial Distribution Model for Libraries, Jonathan H. Harwell and James Bunnelle
Project Euclid Database Review, Patti McCall-Wright
So, You Find Yourself Supervising Faculty Librarians. What Now?, Jonathan Miller
Oh Snap: ChatStyle in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Primaries, David Painter and Eisa Al Nashmi
Identity and Scene: Alterity and Authenticity in Taxicab Confessions, Steven W. Schoen
Small Grants Make a Big Difference, Susan Walsh
An Undergraduate Laboratory Manual for Analyzing a CRISPR Mutant with a Predicted Role in Regeneration, Susan Walsh, Ashley Becker, Paxton S. Sickler, Damian G. Clarke, and Erin Jimenez
Submissions from 2016
Eating increases oxidative damage in a reptile, Michael W. Butler, Thomas J. Lutz, Haralambos Fokidis, and Zachary R. Stahlschmidt
Comics in the Here and Now, Julian Chambliss
Epstein-Barr viral microRNAs target caspase 3, Cecelia Harold, Diana Cox, and Kasandra J. Riley
Characterization of the three zebrafish orthologs of the mitochondrial GTPase Miro/Rhot, Brittany M. Hollister, Kelsey A. Oonk, Douglas C. Weiser, and Susan Walsh
An Epistemic Justification for Voting, Julia Maskivker
Chinese Slang, Robert L. Moore
Chlorhexidine-induced elastic and adhesive changes of Escherichia coli cells within a biofilm, Anne E. Murdaugh and Nicole Rodgers
Of All Days: Critical Pedagogy Outside the Classroom, Lisa M. Tillmann Ph.D.