David A. Patterson Silver Wolf (Adelv unegv Waya)
Daniel becomes the new resident manager of First Step, a center for men with alcoholism or drug addiction. A fictional account of the experiences of the men in treatment and of Daniel as he works at First Step, attends school, and deals with his own addictions.
David Patterson Silver Wolf (Adelv unegv Waya)
In An Education Saved My Life, Professor David A. Patterson Silver Wolf (Adelv unegv Waya) narrates his path from a difficult early family life, his introduction to alcohol and drugs as an adolescent, and a directionless early adulthood overshadowed by chemical dependency, to a series of events and encounters that transformed his life. Dr. Patterson Silver Wolf attributes not only the substance abuse, but the many turns that led to it, to what he calls a “poor belief system.” As the title suggests, by contrast, he attributes much of the success he has experienced since then to his education, but attributes his success in education not to innate intelligence. “A strong belief system,” he asserts, “is much more powerful than a strong IQ.” He describes the process of building a strong belief system—for him, not only a set of beliefs for him to stand by, but a set of people and a community that believed in and supported him. Unlike many biographies, Dr. Patterson Silver Wolf does not simply relate experiences and offer conjecture as to personal motivations or possible causes, but weaves in relevant sociological research from his field of expertise as it touches on turns in the narrative, making his own life—and success—a case study, and a model for others to follow.
Ronald C. Freiwald
These notes are an introduction to set theory and topology. They are the result of teaching a two-semester course sequence on these topics for many years at Washington University in St. Louis. Typically the students were advanced undergraduate mathematics majors, a few beginning graduate students in mathematics, and some graduate students from other areas that included economics and engineering.
The usual background for the material is an introductory undergraduate analysis course, mostly because it provides a solid introduction to Euclidean space Rn and practice with rigorous arguments — in particular, about continuity. Strictly speaking, however, the material is mostly self-contained. Examples are taken now and then from analysis, but they are not logically necessary for the development of the material. The only real prerequisite is the level of mathematical interest, maturity and patience needed to handle abstract ideas and to read and write careful proofs. A few very capable students have taken this course before introductory analysis (even, rarely, outstanding university freshmen) and invariably they have commented later on how material eased their way into analysis.
John E. Farley
The purpose of this paper is to examine trends and changes in the patterns of black-white housing segregation in the city of St. Louis between 1980 and 1988. The 1988 Dress Rehearsal Census, conducted in St. Louis city in preparation for the 1990 Census of Population and Housing, offers a unique opportunity to assess recent trends in black-white housing segregation in St. Louis city.
Paper for presentation at colloquium jointly sponsored by Regional Research and Development Services and Department of Sociology and Social Work, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, November 29, 1989.
David L. Browman
This is a history of the development of anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis as researched and recorded by Professor David L. Browman. His research includes the development of anthropology as a department, profiles of faculty and other noteworthy individuals involved in anthropology at the university and in St. Louis, a list of department chairs and faculty affiliated with the department, and personal recollections.
Mark A. McDaniel, Regina F. Frey, Susan M. Fitzpatrick, and Henry L. Roediger III
This volume collects the ideas and insights discussed at a novel conference, the Integrating Cognitive Science with Innovative Teaching in STEM Disciplines Conference, which was held September 27-28, 2012 at Washington University in St. Louis. With funding from the James S. McDonnell Foundation, the conference was hosted by Washington University’s Center for Integrative Research on Cognition, Learning, and Education (CIRCLE), a center established in 2011.
Available for download as a PDF. Titles of individual chapters can be found at http://openscholarship.wustl.edu/circle_book/.
Candeub & Fleissig
From the Introduction: The Mayor, the City Commissioners and the City Plan Commission have prepared a Master Plan. It is the function of a comprehensive Master Plan to define the long-range goals of the City and to serve as a practical guide toward attaining these goals. The Master Plan is based on various surveys of existing conditions presented in the Preliminary Comprehensive Plan as well as in this report. The plan itself consists of the following major elements: Plans and Recommendations (Land Use Plan, Community Facilities Plan, Circulation Plan, Neighborhood Plan, Urban Renewal Plan, Central Business District Plan), Capital Improvements Program, and Regulatory Codes. Submitted to East St. Louis Plan Commission, East St. Louis, Illinois, September 1960.
Aldo Gino Servi
Digital version of the unpublished personal memoirs of Aldo Gino Servi (1881-1963). Text in Italian; table of contents in English.
Pedigree chart for Aldo Gino Servi -- Genealogy = Genealogia -- Population of Pitigliano -- Personal recollections = Ricordi personali -- My professional career = La mia carriera professionale -- The world is wicked = Il mondo e' malvagio -- Religion = Religione -- An ignoramus's religion = La religione di un ignorante : riflessioni -- Rules of living = Norme di vivere -- Buddhism = Buddism[o] -- Antisemitism and racial laws = L'antisemitismo e la campagna razziale -- Notes = Dagli appunti lasciati nel 1955 dall' ing. Aldo Servi ai suoi figli -- Our father's wisdom = Pensieri.
Manuscript donated by Italo S. Servi. Part of the Shimeon Brisman Collection in Jewish Studies at Washington University in St. Louis.
Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Carmon Colangelo, Patricia J. Olynyk, Stephanie Barenz, Carolyn Dawn Bendel, Jacob Cruzen, Rachel Ann Dennis, Bryan Eaton, Maya Escobar, Meredith Foster, Morgan Gehris, Gina Grafos, Stephen Hoskins, Amelia Jones, Hye Young Kim, Anne Lindberg, Goran Maric, Kelda Martensen, Erica L. Millspaugh, Carianne Noga, Joel Parker, Rebecca C. Potts, Shannon Randol, Elaine Rickles, Michael Kenneth Smith, Dan Solberg, Natalie Toney, Glenn Tramantano, Kathryn Trout, and J. Taylor Wallace
Catalogue of a culminating student exhibition held at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum in 2009.
Content includes A new paradigm / Carmon Colangelo -- Evolving practices / Patricia Olynyk -- Stephanie Barenz -- Carolyn Dawn Bendel -- Jacob Cruzen -- Rachel Ann Dennis -- Bryan Eaton -- Maya Escobar -- Meredith Foster -- Morgan Gehris -- Gina Grafos -- Stephen Hoskins -- Amelia Jones -- Hye Young Kim -- Anne Lindberg -- Goran Maric -- Kelda Martensen -- Erica L. Millspaugh -- Carianne Noga -- Joel Parker -- Rebecca C. Potts -- Shannon Randol -- Elaine Rickles -- Michael Kenneth Smith -- Dan Solberg -- Natalie Toney -- Glenn Tramantano -- Kathryn Trout -- J. Taylor Wallace.
Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Buzz Spector, Robert Gero, Patricia J. Olynyk, Clyde Ashby, Aaron Bos-Wahl, Andrew Cozzens, John Early, Ryan James Fabel, Joel Fullerton, Mary Beth Hassan, Wenting Hsu, John Nicholas Hutchings, Dani Kantrowitz, Larry Keaty, Mamie Korpela, Paola Laterza, Mad Mohre, Emily Moorhead, Jonathan Muehlke, Jessa Richardson, Nicolette Ross, and Carlie Trosclair
Catalogue of a culminating student exhibition held at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum in 2010.
Content includes Foreword / Buzz Spector -- Thinking as making / Robert Gero -- A new set of conversations / Patricia Olynyk -- MFA 2010 graduates. Clyde Ashby / Aaron Bos-Wahl / Andrew Cozzens / John Early / Ryan James Fabel / Joel Fullerton / Mary Beth Hassan / Wenting Hsu / John Nicholas Hutchings/ Dani Kantrowitz / Larry Keaty / Mamie Korpela / Paola Laterza / Mad Mohre / Emily Moorhead / Jonathan Muehlke / Jessa Richardson / Nicolette Ross / Carlie Trosclair / About the Sam Fox School.
Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Buzz Spector, Patricia Olynyk, Marshall N. Klimasewiski, John Talbott Allen, Meghan Bean, Shira Berkowitz, Darrick Byers, Jisun Choi, Zlatko Ćosić, James R. Daniels, Kara Daving, Andrea Degener, Kristin Fleischmann, William Frank, Nicholas McCullough, Jordan McGirk, Zachary Miller, Esther Murphy, Kathryn Neale, Christopher Ottinger, Maia Palmer, Nicole Petrescu, Lauren Pressler, Bryce Olen Robinson, Whitney Sage, and Donna Smith
Catalogue of a culminating student exhibition held at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, May 6-Aug. 1, 2011.
Content includes Introduction / Buzz Spector -- Patricia Olynyk -- Marshall N. Klimasewiski -- John Talbott Allen -- Meghan Bean -- Shira Berkowitz / Maggie Stanley Majors -- Darrick Byers, Bryce Olen Robinson -- Jisun Choi -- Zlatko Ćosić -- James R. Daniels -- Kara Daving -- Andrea Degener -- Kristin Fleischmann / Randi Shapiro -- William Frank / Lawrence Ypil -- Nicholas Kania -- Katherine McCullough -- Jordan McGirk / Aditi Machado -- Zachary Miller -- Esther Murphy / Maggie Stanley Majors -- Kathryn Neale -- Christopher Ottinger / Melissa Olson -- Maia Palmer -- Nicole Petrescu / Melissa Olson -- Lauren Pressler / Randi Shapiro -- Whitney Sage / Aliya A. Reich -- Donna Smith.
Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Buzz Spector, Patricia Olynyk, Ifeoma Ugonnwa Anyaeji, JE Baker, Natalie Baldeon, E. Thurston Belmer, Lauren Cardenas, Megan Sue Collins, Adrian Cox, Maya Durham, Erin Falker, Jieun Kim, Howard Krohn, Robert Long, Marie Bannerot McInerney, Nikki McMahan, Michael T. Meier, Katie Millitzer, Reid G. Norris, Kathleen Perniciaro, Emily Squires, Jamie Presson Wells, Whitney Lorene Wood, Andrew Woodard, and Kelly K. Wright
Catalogue of a culminating student exhibition held at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum May 4-Aug. 6, 2012.
Contents include Introduction / Buzz Spector -- Think, make, show and tell / Patricia Olynyk -- Ifeoma Ugonnwa Anyaeji -- J.E. Baker / Elissa Yukiko Weichbrodt -- Natalie Baldeon / Emily Hanson -- As in a turning gear : E. Thurston Belmer / Rickey Laurentiis -- Lauren Cardenas / Nicholas Tamarkin -- Megan Sue Collins / Catherine Chiodo -- Adrian Cox -- Maya Durham / Dolly Laninga -- Erin Falker / Melissa Olson -- St. Louis dreamscape : Jieun Kim / Caitlin Tyler -- Howard Krohn -- Scape : Robert Long / Robert Whitehead -- Marie Bannerot McInerney / Elissa Yukiko Weichbrodt -- Ghost : Nikki McMahan / Rickey Laurentiis -- Michael T. Meier -- Katie Millitzer -- Reid G. Norris / Ross Rader -- Kathleen Perniciaro / Melissa Olson -- Emily Squires / Nicholas Tamarkin -- Jamie Presson Wells -- Whitney Lorene Wood / Reid G. Norris -- Andrew Woodard -- Kelly K. Wright -- Contributors -- About the Sam Fox School.
Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Buzz Spector, Patricia Olynyk, David Schuman, Lyndon Barrois Jr, Sarah Bernhardt, Hsuan Ying Chen, Serhii Chrucky, JaNae Contag, Carrie DeBacker, Erin M. Duhigg, José Garza, Eric Gray, Meghan Allynn Johnson, Hoa Le, Christine Eunji Lee, Lavar Munroe, Jon A. Orosco, Michael Powell, Bridget A. Purcell, Malahat Qureshi, Natalie Rodgers, Carla Fisher Schwartz, Zak Smoker, Laurencia Strauss, Lili Yang, and Vivian Zapata
Catalogue of a culminating student exhibition held at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, May 3-July 29, 2013.
Contents include Introduction / Buzz Spector -- The collaborative turn : new models of thinking, making, and learning / Patricia Olynyk -- [Introduction] / David Schuman -- Lyndon Barrois, Jr. / Rickey Laurentiis -- Sarah Bernhardt -- Shifting Shanghais / Hsuan Ying Chen -- Serhii Chrucky / JaNae Contag -- JaNae Contag / Emily Hanson -- Carrie DeBacker / Gabriel Feldman -- Erin M. Duhigg -- José Garza / Serhii Chrucky -- Eric Gray / Ariel Lewis -- Meghan Allynn Johnson : to or towards / Blair Allyn Johnson -- Hoa Le / Maria Xia -- Christine Eunji Lee -- Lavar Munroe : the black superhero when everyone was looking for the scapegoat / Patrick Johnson -- Jon A. Orosco : architectonics / Rickey Laurentiis -- Michael Powell / Nicholas Tamarkin -- Bridget A. Purcell : welcome home / Andy Chen -- Malahat Qureshi -- Natalie Rodgers / Katie McGinnis -- Carla Fisher Schwartz / Jennifer Padgett -- Zak Smoker -- Laurencia Strauss / Maura Pellettieri -- Lili Yang -- Vivian Zapata -- Contributors -- About the Sam Fox School.
Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Buzz Spector, and Patricia Olynyk
Catalogue of a culminating student exhibition held at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, May 9-August 3, 2014.
Contents include Introduction / Buzz Spector and Patricia Olynyk -- David Baker / Katie McGinnis -- Amber bloom ; Mop cask ; Sullen fluff ; Frothy Shiraz ; Aquatic jaws ; Smoking trumpets ; Lake feigned goose flap / Steve Byrnes -- Nathan Childs : the affliction a strange weight, the weight a plume of pain, the pain a shrill desire / Aaron Coleman -- Christopher Chrome / Marianne Rosa Laury -- Shayna Cohn / Cassie Jones -- Alyse Cole / Nicholas Tamarkin -- Joshua Cornelis -- Evan Crankshaw -- Seth Czaplewski / Emily J. Hanson -- Kathryn Douglas / Addoley Dzegede -- SkyMark mourning / Sean Fitzgibbons -- Raleigh Gardiner -- Liz Guilmet / Benjamin Meiners -- Adam Hogan / Cole Lu -- Cassie Jones : repetitive motion imageries / Jessica A. Hutchins -- Christy Kirk : birthright / Phillip B. Williams -- Marianne Rosa Laury / Christopher Chrome -- Cole Lu / Gillian Tobin -- Chris Lujan / Emily J. Hanson -- Ashley Milow / Nhu Nguyen -- Whitney Polich -- Jessie Shinn -- The chronotope / Rosalynn Stovall -- Tried to be everything ; Crazy little telephone ; Room to breathe / Daniel Stumeier -- Gillian Tobin -- Sopearb Touch / Gabriel Feldman -- Contributors -- About the Sam Fox School.
Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, Heather Corcoran, Patricia Olynyk, Andrea Coates, Margaux Crump, Brandon Daniels, Addoley Dzegede, Vita Eruhimovitz, Carling Hale, Amanda C F Helman, Michael A. Helms, Ming Y. Hong, Sea A Joung, Stephanie E. Kang, Dayna J. Kriz, Thomas C. Moore, Jacob Muldowney, Laurel Panella, Caitlin Penny, Eric Lyle Schultz, Jeremy Shipley, Emmeline Solomon, Kellie Spano, Michael A. Williams, and Austin R. Wolf
Catalogue of a culminating student exhibition held at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum, May 1 - August 2, 2015 .
Introduction / Heather Corcoran and Patricia Olynyk -- Diana Casanova / Emily J. Hanson -- Andrea M. Coates : in the operating theater / Stephanie Dering -- Margaux Crump -- Brandon Daniels -- Addoley Dzegede : do you prefer answers or truth? / Aaron Coleman -- Vita Eruhimovitz -- Carling Hale -- Amanda Helman -- Mike Helms / Ming Ying Hong -- Ming Ying Hong / Emily J. Hanson -- Sea A Joung / Ervin Malakaj -- Stephanie Kang / Jeremy Shipley -- Dayna Jean Kriz / Andrew Johnson -- Thomas Moore : you should move to the city / Nathaniel Rosenthalis -- Jacob Muldowney -- Laurel Panella / Garrett Clough -- Caitlin Penny -- On the bridge, between Juarez and El Paso / Eric Lyle Schultz -- Jeremy Shipley -- Emmeline Solomon -- Kellie Spano / Margaux Crump -- Michael Aaron Williams -- Austin R. Wolf : monumental labor / Adam Turl.
United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, St. Louis Area Office
PDF of the Pruitt Homes and Igoe Apartments Public Housing Complex: Final Environmental Impact Statement.
HUD report number HUD-RO7-EIS-74-07F
Pruitt Homes and Igoe Apartments Public Housing Complex : final environmental impact statement / [prepared for] St. Louis Housing Authority; prepared by St. Louis Area Office, Kansas City Regional Office, U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development.
City Plan Commission of Saint Louis
Industry-Commercial Rebuilding, City Plan Commission -- 1953.
Industry and commerce were the foundation for the steady growth and maturity of St. Louis. They were responsible for its development from a fur trading outpost near the confluence of the Mississippi Rivers to one of the world's great metropolitan centers. The City's unusually wide diversity of industry assured stability of income for the community, and progressive commercial establishments brought an attractive standard of living to its people.
Although the City's industry and commerce have prospered for nearly two centuries, recent years have seen considerable movement to suburban parts of the Metropolitan Area. Because this trends now threatens the economic stability of St. Louis, certain questions require immediate consideration:
1) What does the City offer? 2) What are the obstacles to redevelopment? 3) What can be done?
25 pages, includes maps.
Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority, City of St. Louis
PROJECT MO R-1. The Redevelopment Plan for the Mill Creek Valley project consists of, and only of, text items A through M and exhibits 1 through 15 as herein set forth. This Redevelopment Plan constitutes the Urban Renewal Plan for the project inasmuch as slum clearance and Redevelopment is the activity to be carried on within the project area.
Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority, City of St. Louis
PROJECT MO R-1.
The Redevelopment Plan for the Mill Creek Valley project consists of, and only of, text items A through M and exhibits 1 through 15 as herein set forth. This Redevelopment Plan constitutes the Urban Renewal Plan for the project inasmuch as slum clearance and Redevelopment is the activity to be carried on within the project area.
David A. Patterson Silver Wolf (Adelv unegv Waya)
The Neighborhood is a story of two friends, Tyee and Sig, trying to survive in a poverty stricken community on the verge of collapse. Tyee, a young Native American, tries to remain true to his heritage and grandfather’s wishes while also remaining connected to his friend. Sig, meanwhile, is driven by his troubled past. Their friendship is a refuge, but can it endure its greatest challenge—the neighborhood?
Edward S. Macias
Professor Heather Corcoran invited faculty members across Washington University to interview Provost Edward S. Macias about key issues in higher education, including diversity and interdisciplinary research, as he concluded 25 years of leadership to the university. This book, published in 2013, is an archive of the interviews.
Bob A. Dumas and John E. McCarthy
This book is written for students who have taken calculus and want to learn what “real mathematics" is. We hope you will find the material engaging and interesting, and that you will be encouraged to learn more advanced mathematics.
This is the second edition of our text. It is intended for students who have taken a calculus course, and are interested in learning what higher mathematics is all about. It can be used as a textbook for an "Introduction to Proofs" course, or for self-study.
Chapter 1: Preliminaries, Chapter 2: Relations, Chapter 3: Proofs, Chapter 4: Principles of Induction, Chapter 5: Limits, Chapter 6: Cardinality,
Chapter 7: Divisibility, Chapter 8: The Real Numbers,
Chapter 9: Complex Numbers. The last 4 chapters can also be used as independent introductions to four topics in mathematics: Cardinality; Divisibility; Real Numbers; Complex Numbers.
Sasaki, Walker and Associates
Report with design recommendations for a proposed Delmar Loop shopping area. Submitted to R. Tinsley Parke, Executive Director, Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority, University City, Missouri.
Land Clearance for Redevelopment Authority, City of St. Louis
Kosciusko Urban Renewal Plan, Project Mo. R-2.
From the text: A. URBAN RENEWAL PLAN- SCOPE
The Urban Renewal Plan for the Kosciusko Urban Renewal Project Area encompasses both "slum clearance and redevelopment", and "rehabilitation", and consists of, and only of, text items A through N and exhibits I through XII as herein set forth.
27 pages, includes maps.
Candace O'Connor and George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis
A history of the George Warren Brown school of social work, 1909-2007. The St. Louis School of Economy: brightening "shadowed lives" -- "The Enlightenment is here": Frank J. Bruno -- "Unanimous approval": Benjamin E. Youngdahl -- Breaking "the bonds of the institutional habit": Wayne Vasey and Ralph Garber -- "An inspiring academic leader": Shanti K. Khinduka -- "Social impact": Edward F. Lawlor.
Print copy also available through the library at http://catalog.wustl.edu:80/record=b3649614~S2, Call #HV11.7 .O27 2009