SOE Majors Present in CSGE Student Research Conference

Posted by Diana.Nygard on Tuesday April 15, 2014

SOE Majors Present in CSGE’s Student Research Conference

The Center for Scholarship and Global Engagement hosted its Third Student Research Conference, Thursday, April 10, on the Rockland campus in Bowman Gym. The theme was “Making a Difference: Contributions from our Disciplines.” Several Education majors presented their research projects, solo or with partners, on a topic in either Education or Science.

Students stood beside their professionally crafted posters and gave oral presentations on the purpose and results of their research project. The projects were truly an asset to the college and a positive reflection on the School of Education as well.

See the titles and photos of their presentations below.

  • Bryan Rock, "The Impact of Informed Intervention on Student Performance: An Insight into the Ed TPA"
  • Mitchell Woodford, "The Importance of Academic Language in a Child's Education Goes Without Saying"
  • Michelle Gonzalez and Trisha Frazer, "Diverse Learning: Education Majors Pursuing Active Integration"
  • Grace Anger and Kassie Neumann, "Lifestyle Integration in Education"
  • Mitchell Woodford with classmates, "Why Not Phage Therapy?"
  • Bethany DeVault and Zachary DeLong, "The Life and Times of a Phage"
  • Anel Vicente with classmates, "The Destructive Bulimia Nervosa: A Nutritional and Psychological Research"
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