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    • Child Protective Services Involvement with Drug Addicted Mothers: How it is Correlated with Socio-Economic Class 

      Engert, Sarah J. (2014-04-26)
      Child Protective Services (CPS) is a government run agency that has been in existence for over 50 years. The agency responds to reports of abuse and neglect of children and intervenes when it is necessary to ensure the ...
    • Code Switching of the Heritage Language 

      Algarin, Karen; Serrano, Adrializ (2013-04-20)
      There has been a tremendous growth of the Hispanic population in the United States leading to a large population of Spanish heritage speakers in our schools. Many school districts have adopted several types of programs to ...
    • Code-Switching Between Heritage Langauge Learners 

      Olmo-Castillo, Wendy (2013-04-20)
      The United States continues to have increasing numbers of native Spanish speaking students entering our schools. As more of these students come in, the more students our schools need to accommodate for their linguistic and ...
    • Cognitive Remediation Through Social Skills Training for Individuals Diagnosed with a Serious Mental Illness 

      Voss, Courtney (2013-04-20)
      This poster will review the Evidence Based Practices of Cognitive Remediation and Social Skills Training, and consider the implications of integrating the models for the treatment of individuals with serious mental illnesses. ...
    • Combined Panel/Poster Session II 

      Unknown author (2014-04-26)
    • Combining Static and Dynamic Permission Analysis for Android 

      May, William; Centonze, Paolina (2013-04-20)
      As the world becomes increasingly reliant on mobile technologies, so has the importance of research in the area of mobile security in order to protect users and their data. My research is focused on the Android permissions-based ...
    • “Coming Out” as a Posttraumatic Growth Source in Differently Aged LGBT Individuals 

      Bonafede, Erin (2013-04-20)
      Past research has shown that, while trauma and intense negative experiences may have profound negative impacts on individuals, there may additionally be positive psychological changes that individuals experience as a result ...
    • Community Gardens and their Perceived Effects on Participants 

      Setera, Karissa; Voss, Courtney (2013-04-20)
      Community gardens in the United States have emerged during periods of economic hardship. In the past, they gained momentum as “victory gardens” during World War II as means of supplementing domestic food supply (Draper, ...
    • Community Level Interventions Addressing Ongoing Trauma on African American Youth in Urban Areas 

      Flint, Ashley M. (2014-04-26)
      African American youth are directly and indirectly exposed to ongoing community violence which increases their risk for Posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms, depression, anxiety, underlying fear, expectations of becoming ...
    • Computer/Internet Crime 

      Noble, James (2013-04-20)
      The major purpose of the research project was to explore if internet/computer crime was increasing in Livingston County, how to effectively investigate these crimes, is specialized training is needed, and what type of ...
    • Conservation Genetics of New York's Giant Salamander: The Eastern Hellbender 

      Jensen, Meghan (2013-04-20)
      The hellbender, Cryptobranchus alleganiensis, is North America’s only giant salamander and is endemic to the eastern United States. Like many species of amphibians worldwide, hellbender populations are declining at alarming ...
    • Constructed Wetlands: A Solution to Treating Milking Centre Washwaters 

      Altimimi, Sara (2013-04-20)
      As of 2016, all dairy farmers are required to properly treat their milk house wastewater prior to disposal. Dairy farmers are interested in a low cost and effective treatment technology to apply. The objective of this ...
    • Constructs of Masculinity in Late-Nineteenth- and Late-Twentieth Century America 

      Hubert, Shaunna (2013-04-20)
      This presentation will examine how muscular Christianity served as a catalyst in forging new constructs of masculinity, following a perceived crisis in late-nineteenth- and late-twentieth-century America. During these ...
    • Coordinated Care for Community Dwelling Elders 

      Donner, Danielle (2013-04-20)
      This poster identifies the problem of coordinated care for community dwelling elders. A lack of coordinated care prevents community dwelling elders from achieving optimal health outcomes, and has the potential to decrease ...
    • Copper-Ligand Mediated Oxygen-Arylation 

      Sigindere, Cihad (2014-04-26)
      Organometallic chemistry may involve reactions being catalyzed by variety of metals. First Copper catalyzed biaryl coupling reactions reported by Fritz Ullmann in 1901. To commemorate his name, all the coupling reactions ...
    • Counseling Needs of Elementary School Students 

      Alvis, Monika; Bosarge, Keturah; Costanza, Todd; Martin, Jackie (2013-04-20)
      This poster will provide daily interactions between elementary school counselors and students. Data provided will include time management of counselors daily schedule, categorical needs of counseling services for students, ...
    • Creating a Sensory Responsive Classroom 

      Hildreth, Rachel (2013-04-20)
      Differentiated instruction requires that educators review content, process, product, and learning environment from the perspective of each student for effective and inclusive teaching (Tomlinson, 1999). The movement of the ...
    • Creating the Novel "Before We Were Free" with the help of Anne Frank 

      Gurley, Ines (2013-04-20)
      Julia Alvarez’s book titled *Before We Were Free* is a story told from a 1st person perspective focalized through an adolescent girl named Anita. Alvarez uses this young girl to tell the story of what it was like in the ...
    • Cross-Cultural Management in French and American Companies 

      Lechevallier, Cloe; Mohammed, Maimunatu (2013-04-20)
      Cross-Cultural Management in French and American Companies By Maimuntu Mohammed, Cloe Lechevallier In response to a fast changing business environment, companies have to internationally adapt. For more than twenty years, ...
    • Cuba Dances: an Ethnographic Journey Across Borders 

      Akinjiola, Oluyinka (2013-04-20)
      Arriving into the island where isolation has preserved generations of embodied traditions, time stood still yet fluidly dialoguing with the Revolution of 1959. The line between history and present is blurred in the city ...