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Division III Showcase

Friday, May 15, 2015

These include academic presentations, readings, and film screenings.

 

1:00-1:30 p.m.


LJ Beckenstein

TV-MA: Documentary Theater Exploring The Intersection of Sex Education and TV

FPH 102

 

Mariam Alkattan

Engineering, Community-Building, and Water in Rural Kenya

FPH 103

 

Chelsea LaValley

From Heart to Mind: Social-Emotional Learning, Development and Regulation in Educational Settings

FPH 104

 

Margo Dalal

Entrepreneurship-Led Urban Regeneration in Detroit, Michigan

FPH 106

 

Luna Goldberg

Presence in the Absence: Re-Imagining the Lower East Side

FPH 107

 

Alex Matheson

First Hearings: The Potential and Limits of Minimalism and Anempathy in Film Music

FPH 108

 

Keenan Villani-Holland

Pop Music: Orientalism & Minimalism

FPH ELH

 

Sasha Nochimow

What Happens When We're Not Afraid to Talk About Our Bodies? : a multi-sited workshop series

FPH WLH

 

Ayliffe Brown

Wearable Technology as a Fashion

Liebling Bill Brand Screening Room 120

 

 

1:40-2:10 p.m.


Gardiner Brown

Queering Erasure: Ethnography, Lyric Essay, & the Act of Erasure

FPH 101

 

Noah Carter

Scar Tissue: The Moral Wounds of War

FPH 102

 

Sage Campbell

Differentiate Mathematics Instruction for Adults and English Language Learners

FPH 103

 

Kathleen Leeper

Mapping Psychedelic Science: Signaling Pathways and Cultural Spaces

FPH 104

 

Cameron Fearey

Building a Bike and Dome with Metal Tubes: Lessons in 3D Fabrication

FPH 105 (starts in FPH 105, moves outside)

 

Sigal Gerson Kadden

Defining Personal Pedagogy; Alternative Teaching Philosophies and Theatre with Young People

FPH 106

 

Rodrigo Padilla

The Dialectics of (De)Legitimation and the Use of Force: A Case Study of Palestinian Film As a Form of Resistance to Israeli Institutional Dehumanization

FPH 107

 

Justin Johnson

Jazz Hands: Tactile Audio Creation and Story-Driven Sound Design

FPH 108

 

Sal Migliaccio

From God to Nature to Man: Changing Conceptions of Disaster in the United States

FPH ELH

 

Mei Li Isaacson

Seeking Familiarity in Unaccustomed Forms

FPH WLH

 

Jesse Steinmetz

Poems, Fat Cats, Chile: Poetry & Translations That Matter.

ASH 111

 

Maurisa Wren Saylor

Calcium Dynamics in Pollen Tubes

Liebling Bill Brand Screening Room 120

 

 

2:20-2:50 p.m.


Dominique White

The Home in My Belly: Finding Comfort in Shared Spaces and Personal Places

FPH 101

 

Charles Teese

SnapSecure - Hiding the Metadata: Helping Make Passive Dragnet Surveillance Hard Again Against The Average User

FPH 102

 

Xiamara Reyes

Injury Prevention for Dancers: Creating an Easily Accessible Source for Guidance and Awareness.

FPH 103

 

Suyeon Min

In Search of Organic Rice: Stories of Rural Farmers' Economic Survival through Alternative Markets

FPH 104

 

Xiang (Elaine) Wang

Growing Up in Contemporary China: Data and Stories from Senior Middle School Students in a Rural County in Yunnan

FPH 105

 

Megan Howard

Holistic Education: Learning through arts-integration

FPH 106

 

Jacob Ehrlich

Sing to the Lord a New Song: Text, Tradition and Revival in Hasidism and Gaudiya Vaishnavism

FPH 107

 

Arianna Rose

Femme4Femme [Queer Love Politics]

FPH 108

 

Sophia Philip

Appropriation, Mimicry or Inspiration? An Event, Ethnography, Making and Study of the Navigation of Identity in the Arts.

FPH ELH

 

Hayley-Jane Blackstone

COLD SWEAT: Curating Performance & Performing the Curatorial

FPH WLH

 

Aislynn Kilgore

Different Dimensions of Animation

Liebling Bill Brand Screening Room 120

 

 

3:00-3:30 p.m.


Alex Bisio

Undeniable: The Reality of Pop Culture

FPH 101

 

Liana Marks

Examining Accessibility in the Classroom: Intersections of Art, Language and Community in the Special Education Classroom

FPH 102

 

Susanna Rajala

Reforming Subjectivities: An Analysis of Young Habaneros' Aspirations and Values in the Era of Social Restratification

FPH 103

 

Dana Jefferson

"On Wednesdays we wear pink": An in-depth overview and study on female intrasexual competition in women

FPH 104

 

Carlos Herrera-Vasquez

A double-blind study on the effect of pasture-raised bovine meat on the status of n-3:n-6 lipid ratios in buccal cells and laboratory measures of attention and impulsivity.

FPH 105

 

Maribel Morales

My Song is Finished: The Intersection of Immigration and Reproductive Justice in the Context of Forced Sterilization

FPH 106

 

Amber Bonarrigo

Modeling Arctic Lake Linné: an exploration of lake ice and its implications for climate change

FPH 107

 

Andrew "Fig" Figueroa

Mixed-Race Mixtape: An interactive Hip-Hop Theatre experience

FPH 108

 

Miriam King

Movement as an Intervention for Neurodegenerative Disorders (M.I.N.D)

FPH ELH

 

Emily Moran

A Case for Living Culture: Cultural Survival Among the Saltwater Geechees of St. Simons Island and Sapelo Island, Georgia

FPH WLH

 

 

3:40-4:10 p.m.


Brenda Herrera Moreno

On TRAC: An Ethnographic Case Study on Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in a College Access for Refugee Youth in Denver

FPH 101

 

Kiera Wilson

Keeping Perspective: Student Experiences of Mental Health Conditions

FPH 102

 

Kaitlin (Maka) Viernes

Improving the Lives of Young Adults through Music Therapy: Analysis of Current Practice and Recommendations for Future Research

FPH 103

 

Bree Mabry

Dose-effects of cigarette smoke on clinical outcomes in multiple sclerosis

FPH 104

 

Jacob Drucker

Interspecific aggression in neotropical songbirds over a major rainfall gradient

FPH 105

 

Zoe Genya Schacht-Levine

EXPLORING THE VALIDITY OF REIKI AS A STRESS REDUCING THERAPY

FPH 106

 

Olivia Biller

Nectar chemistry meets pollinator health: The antimicrobial tale of thymol and nicotine

FPH 107

 

Sophie Schultze-Allen

Community Arts Integration in Holyoke: Youth Empowerment and Sustainability

FPH 108

 

Sabina Smith-Moreland

The Trickster

FPH ELH

 

McLean Zauner

Paradox and Potential: An Experiential Journey through Permaculture

FPH WLH

 

Sara Coughlin

Be not afraid of my body: Fictionalizing the American Male Through Recall and Revision

ASH 111

 

Stephen Martin

Sleep Deprivation Use on US Military Detainees and the Implications Their Use Has on the Admissibility of Evidence in Federal Court

ASH 112

 

Mercedes Catania

Apathy and the American Dream: Contextualizing Indifference in US Culture

Liebling: Bill Brand Screening Room 120

 

 

4:10-4:40 p.m.


Allison Waite

Roots in Concrete: A film by Allison A. Waite

Liebling: Bill Brand Screening Room 120

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