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    • Robert Schefman A Retrospective of Painting 

      Goody, Disk; Schefman, Robert (Oakland University, 2005)
    • Rochester Developer booklet, cover and pg. 24 

      Rochester Board of Commerce (1925)
      Booklet titled "Rochester Developer." Image on cover: Water Falls - Clinton River ; Issued for Members Board of Commerce Exchange Club Rochester, Michigan. Price 75 cents. Page 24 contains an image of the Municipal building ...
    • Rochester landmarks 

      Unknown author
      Illustrations of Rochester's Yates Cider Mill, Van Hoosen Farm, Avon Township Hall, Opera House, and Home Bakery.
    • Rochester pamphlet 

      Rochester Board of Commerce
      "This pamphlet tells briefly of the town of Rochester Michigan - of its accessible location, prosperous environment of its moral and healthful tone and of the advantages it offers to manufacturing companies desirous of ...
    • Rochester panorama 

      Rochester Board of Commerce (Peninsular Engraving Co., Detroit, 1900)
      "Panorama of the Country Surrounding Rochester, Michigan"
    • Rochester postcard 

      Unknown author
      Postcard with view of winding river with trees and shrubbery on banks. Small boat with passenger on river. Buildings on banks in background.
    • Rochester Road scene 

      Unknown author
      View of Rochester road with automobile and railroad tracks.
    • Rochester Saving Bank 

      Unknown author (1916)
      Workmen and stacks of bricks in front of Rochester Savings Bank on Main Street. Man wearing suit crossing street. Handwritten on back: 1916 from Tom Case
    • Rochester: A Sketch of One of the Best Towns on the Map 

      Unknown author (W.A. Fox, 1907-12)
      Originally printed in December, 1907 as a sequel to "Beautiful Rochester,", published in 1897 by the same publisher. Reprinted 1994 by the Rochester Historical Commission. Dedicated to the memory of Ray Russell 1914-1993. ...
    • The role of CD8+ T cells during the pre-clinical phase of corneal HSV-1 infection. 

      Vohra, Ashima (2014-02-04)
      Approximately 90% of world’s population is seropositive for Herpes Simplex Virus-1 (HSV-1). However, most individuals show no symptoms because HSV-1 largely remains in its non-replicating mode inside the neurons. If the ...
    • Role of Chromatin Structure in Regulating Transcription 

      Adamczyk, Sarah
      Histone chaperones are a class of proteins that assemble nucleosomes, a fundamental unit of chromatin, after DNA replication. Some of these chaperones play an important role in restoring chromatin structure, which is ...
    • The Role of Race in Jury Selection and the Effect of State Jury Selection Laws 

      Svisco, Jamie
      The purpose of this research is to examine how race has played a role in the selection of the jury and further discover its relevance today in addition to explanations for the findings. This is also done through the ...
    • The Role of the Economist in Environmental Issues: Uses and Abuses Of Benefit Cost Analysis 

      Roddy, Juliette K. (Oakland University, 5-01-01)
      Benefit cost analysis is used in both economic fields focusing on the environment: natural resource economics and environmental economics.
    • Role of the PI3K/Akt pathway in human renal cell carcinoma 

      Rishi, Sunny (2015-06-18)
      Renal cell carcinoma (RCC) is the most common form of renal cancer. Currently, RCC accounts for 9 out of 10 cases of kidney cancer diagnosed in the United States. According to the American Cancer Society, there were ...
    • Roles of Disulfide Bonds for Outer Segment Disc Rim Curvature 

      Roussey, Nicole
      The protein peripherin-2/rds (P/rds) is a protein located within the photoreceptor cells (rods and cones) of the eye and is essential to vision. P/rds is an integral membrane protein that is required to form outer segments ...
    • Romantic Comedy and Horror Films: A Study of What Makes a Genre 

      Wasinski, Marguerite
      Genre films are films that adhere to a specific set of rules in order to successfully represent a particular genre. These rules—formally known as film conventions—are patterns shared among each film within its genre. Through ...
    • The Romantic Imagination in Coleridge’s “Dejection: An Ode” 

      Nguyen, Christine (Oakland University, 2008-10-01)
      Coleridge’s “Dejection: An Ode” is initially a poem about the depressed state in which the author finds himself. The work is not simply a poem, but rather a reflection of the poet, who was as famous for his rise as for his fall.
    • Room 568 

      McQuillan, Jennifer (Oakland University, 2016-01-01)
      Short story about woman's struggle with mental illness and substance abuse.
    • Roots and Wings: The Case for Higher Education 

      Pescovitz, Ora H. (Oakland University, 2018-04-20)
      Transcript of speech, Oakland University Presidential Inauguration, as delivered on April 20, 2018
    • The Roseville 

      Nowels Lumber and Coal Company
      Illustration and floor plan of home called "The Roseville". Text refers to free blueprints and instructions.