Graduate students in the Creative Studies' graduate program are engaged in some very interesting research and scholarship. For many years, we have included annotations of their work in the Creative Studies Library located in the E. H. Butler Library. However, this may prove a limiting factor for our students in the distance education program and local, national, and international researchers. These are executive summaries, or non-technical articles, of selected Creative Studies graduate students' masters theses or projects. These are written by students in our educational program intended to provide accurate, readable research information to professionals and other interested persons. The materials listed here are copyright protected and are made available for personal or educational use only. For all other uses, please contact the copyright owner.

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Projects from 2005

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Establishing a Center for Creative Studies in Singapore: A Business Proposal, Hector Ramos

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What It Does, Where It Does It, and How To Market It: Creative Problem Solving Impact Catalog for Marketing., Shane Sasnow

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Resrouce Guide for New Fathers of Infants, E Suhr

Projects from 2004

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Developing a Book Proposal for a Memoir of my Life, Colleen Dillon-Bartz

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Developing a Therapy Dog Volunteer Visitation Service, Sandra C. Fink

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My Own Creativity Girl Scout Badge, Annette J. German

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Continuing a Dictionary of Creativity Terms and Definitions, William E. Greishober

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Materials for One-on-One and Self CPS Facilitations, Jennifer E. Haggerty

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The Creative Problem Solving preference of playwrights and its relationship to behavior, Jeffery S. Welton

Projects from 2003

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Organizing and Disseminating Information about Creativity:Themes in the 1997 Creativity Research Journal, Wendy S. Pellow

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Evaluating and Organizing Thinking Tools in Relationship to the CPS Framework, Laura B. Switalski

Projects from 2002

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The Art Gallery Excursion as a Bridge to Idea Generation and a Heightened Aesthetic Experience, Anthony G. Billoni

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The Documentation and Analysis of a Change Initiative at the Buffalo Museum of Science, Kristin E. Daley

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Organizing and Disseminating Information about Creativity: In Summary, Sharon A. Meyers

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Indentifying Ekvall's Creative Climate Dimensions in Elementary through High School Settings/The Impact of Climate in the Classroom: Reporting Baseline Data for the Development of CLASS, Rebecca G. Peters

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Robert L. Bailey's Disciplined Creativity Process for Engineers Compared to the Creative Problem-solving Process, Edward D. Pettitt

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Identifying Ekvall's Creative Climate Dimensions in Gifted Enrichment Programs, Tara Marie Richards

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Case Studies of Deviant Creative Individuals and Their Major Life Achievements, Allison M. Rusin

Projects from 2001

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Developing a Dictionary of Creativity Terms and Definitions, Garth Aldrich

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Identifying Ekvall's 10 Dimensions of Creative Climate in an Aesthetic Education Setting, Cynthia A. Argona

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The Art of Solving Problems: Comparing the Similarities and Differences Between CPS, Synectics and Lateral Thinking, David Gonzales

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Organizing and Dissminating Knowledge About Creativity: Themes in the 1999 Journal of Creative Behavior, Patricia Moynihan

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Linking Creativity And Psychological Type, Marci Segal

Projects from 2000

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Creativity Research Journal, 1999 in Summary, Hugh S. Carroll

Projects from 1992

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An Investigation into the Graphic Depictions of Natural Creative Problem Solving Processes, Gregory Scott Pershyn