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    • 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 ...
    • Culturally Responsive Teaching for Heritage Language Learners 

      Flores, Jaclyn (2013-04-20)
      The ever increasing population of language learners in the classroom has presented numerous challenges for educators who feel unprepared to teach students of diverse cultural backgrounds. Such challenges brings upon a need ...
    • Customer’s Perspective of Food Service Quality: A Case Study 

      Dodge, Matthew; Zhu, Jing (2013-04-20)
      Food quality and safety play an important role in everybody’s daily life. The research will do an in-depth study on the quality of the food services in a regional university from the perspectives of the customers including ...
    • Dance and Sport 

      Corvera, Anna; Alejo, Yokastheline; Buehler, Elizabeth; Delaney, Allyson; Ellis, Jenna; Hill, Alexis; Perez, Jasmine; Sanfilippo, Melissa; Simpson, Ayecia; Slurzberg, Eliana; Spraker, Chelsea; Wonka, Robin; Franco, Susanne (2013-04-20)
      This presentation discusses the intersections between dance and sport. What components of athleticism are found in dance? What sports contain essential elements of dance artistry and aesthetics? What do these two separate ...
    • Dance: A Communication Curiosity 

      Safar, Adrian V. (2014-04-26)
      This creative work is situated in the tradition begun by New York City’s New Dance Group in the 1930’s. The works of those choreographers expressed dissatisfaction and outrage with situations that were not fair or equal. ...
    • Dancing With Hitler: The Effects of Geopolitics in Dance 

      Bohman, Allison (2013-04-20)
      The physical location of the body combined with the political climate of a given culture plays a critical role in shaping what kind of movement aesthetic is accepted by society. In examining the geopolitics of dance with ...
    • Deconstructing Nationalism: Steven Spielberg’s World War II Trilogy 

      Pfeifer, Sean (2013-04-20)
      This essay discusses the formal and thematic unity of Steven Spielberg’s World War Two films--Empire of the Sun (1987), Schindler’s List (1993), and Saving Private Ryan (1998). Contrary to critics who characterize Spielberg ...
    • Defining Content Area Literacy in a Time of Instruction Driven by High-Stakes Testing 

      Keiser, Allison (2013-04-20)
      The contemporary educational landscape is filled with multiple challenges, ranging from high-stakes testing to curriculum reforms. Never before have teachers been required to prepare students to meet so many local, state, ...
    • Defrocking Diana: A Study of Jean-Marc Nattier's "Portrait of a Woman as Diana" 

      Clark, Valerie (2013-04-20)
      Jean-Marc Nattier’s Portrait of a Woman as Diana (1752) was executed at the height of his career as a painter in the court of Louis XV. A celebrity among the French elite, Nattier enjoyed the patronage of both the female ...
    • Determining the Integrity of a Police Candidate Through the Use of the Pre-Employment Polygraph Examination 

      Rether, Ann (2014-04-26)
      The presenter is a detective and polygraph examiner with the Syracuse Police Department. She is responsible for investigating major felony crimes and performing polygraph examinations for both criminal cases and pre-employment ...
    • Detroit's Mediated Past: Rethinking the Media Archive 

      DeLeon, Joseph (2014-04-26)
      This paper expands the definition of the archive to account for urban exploration, or “urbex,” as a practice of media history that interrogates space and the urban environment. Urbex groups in Detroit have engaged primarily ...
    • Development and Validation of a Liquid Chromatography- Mass Spectrometry Method for Analysis of Oxysterols in Human Plasma 

      Narayanaswamy, Rohini (2013-04-20)
      Background: Oxysterols are hydroxy, keto or epoxy oxidation products of cholesterol formed by enzymatic action or auto-oxidation. Oxysterols have been shown to have several biological activities including regulation of ...
    • Development of a model for prediction of syngas composition using the equilibrium method and 3D CFD Simulation 

      Minaret, Jamie T. (2014-04-26)
      This presentation demonstrates the development of a biomass gasification model that incorporates results of experimental data to validate the model`s accuracy. Gasification is a platform technology used to produce a gaseous ...