Faculty Scholarship and Open Access Collection
About This Collection:
This collection features scholarly articles written by Allegheny College faculty. Many articles are freely available in DSpace under the Allegheny faculty's Open Access Policy. Others are limited to Allegheny faculty, students, and staff.
Articles may appear in one of three version:
- Published article
- Preprint, article prior to formal peer review
- Postprint, article post peer review, without publisher's formatting or copy editing
Faculty, please use this link to submit your publication for DSpace: https://goo.gl/forms/XblxVXdVbYbVmyfC2
To learn about Allegheny College's faculty Open Access Policy, visit http://sites.allegheny.edu/scholarlycommunication/
(SAGE Publications, 2023-05-10)Social media tools like Twitter allow scientists and other technical subject area experts to interact with the public in previously-unimaginable ways. Here we present a lesson plan in which undergraduates in a non-majors ...
(International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 2023-05-12)Failure is often taken as a given in higher education, as an inevitable part of learning new things. Yet, it remains a part of learning that students tend to fear, and faculty tend to neglect. As faculty, we do not always ...
(Nature Portfolio, 2023-04-10)Climate-driven species range shifts and expansions are changing community composition, yet the functional consequences in natural systems are mostly unknown. By combining a 30- year survey of subalpine pond larval caddisfly ...
(IOP Publishing Ltd, 2023-05-10)We study close encounters of a 1 M (circle dot) middle-age main-sequence star (modeled using MESA) with massive black holes through hydrodynamic simulations, and explore in particular the dependence of the outcomes on the ...
Empirically evaluating flaky test detection techniques combining test case rerunning and machine learning models (Springer, 2023-04-28)A flaky test is a test case whose outcome changes without modification to the code of the test case or the program under test. These tests disrupt continuous integration, cause a loss of developer productivity, and limit ...