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Celebration Schedule

April 30th, 2014

Celebration09


Posters/ Exhibits,
SAC Ballroom A, 10 -4

Welcome remarks. 12:30:

Dr. David Bynum, Director of the Center for Science and Mathematics Education
Dr. Charles Robbins, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education


*LUNCHES available at ~ 12:45/1 pm

**Closing - deinstall/wrap-up, 4 pm:



Oral Presentations *(2014 times/locations to be updated):

CEAS Senior Design (SAC 302, 2:00-4:00 pm)
CEAS / Goddard Family Charitable Scholars Presentations (SAC 306, 1-2 pm)

 

English (SAC 304, 1:00-2:30 pm)
History (SAC 305, 10:30 am- 3:30 pm)
Psychology
(SAC 302, 10:45-1:00 pm )


 

CEAS Nanotechnology Presentations, SAC 304,

9 am, Welcome & Introductory remarks, Gary Halada, Materials Science & Engineering

Schedule & presenations, TBA

 

 


 

CEAS Senior Design Presentations, SAC 302, 2:00-4:00

Biomedical Engineering

Pressure Gauges gloves for patients with hand conditions
Arely Clavel, Susan Matthew, Sweta Roy, Krystal Pynn, Morgan Teeratananon
Faculty advisor: Wei Yin, Department of Biomedical Engineering

Chemical & Molecular Engineering

Design of an Antibody-Drug Conjugate – An Enabling Modality for Natural Product Based Cancer Therapeutics
Matthew Zirpoli, Stefani Ahsanov, Stephanie Song, Elaine Zhu, Max Tenenbaum
Faculty advisor: Devinder Mahajan, Chemical & Molecular Engineering Program, Department of Materials Science & Engineering; Industrial Advisor:  Elias Mattas, Bristol-Meyers Squibb


Electrical & Computer Engineeering

Smart Chemical Sensor/Alarm System
Kevin Vinh, Saju Jose, Veronica Reid, Ahmed Paul
Faculty advisor:   Leon Shterengas, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering


Engineering Science

TBA


Mechanical Engineering

Automatic Battery Exchange Station for Aerial Vehicle
Connor Beierle, Brian Streckenbach, Ankit Tyagi
Faculty advisor: Jon Longtin, Department of Mechanical Engineering


*Note: order of presentations may vary.


 

Goddard Family Charitable Foundation Scholars Presentations, SAC 306,


TBA

 

 

 


English, SAC 304,1:00-2:30 pm

 

Welcome:
Dr. Susan Scheckel, Department of English
 

Discovering Mythology: an Investigation of the Unnamed Character in Gaiman's American Gods
Jack Conte; Faculty advisor: Bente Videbaek, Department of English

Young Adult Novels: Creating a Cultural and Engaging Learning Experience with Common Core in Mind
Taylor Doherty, Anthony Levin, Shari Plummer; Faculty advisor: Patricia Dunn, Department of English

'It's All Imaginary': Belief in Neil Gaiman'sAmerican Gods.
Heather Kramer; Faculty advisor: Bente Videbaek 

The Waters are Rising, Leave Me Be
Nicholas Maggiore; Faculty advisor: Bente Videbaek, Department of English

Re-Mixing, Authenticity, and Female Masculinityin German and American Youth Culture
Caterina Reed; Faculty advisor: Bente Videbaek, Department of English

“True History”: How Literature and Monuments Shape Perceptions of the Civil War
Marley Solomon; Faculty advisor: Susan Scheckel, Department of English

Creating Infographics to Explore Connections between Informational Texts and Young Adult Literature
Brittany Wilson; Faculty advisor: Ken Lindblom, Department of English

 



History, SAC 305, 11 am -1 pm

Welcome:
Dr. Susan Hinely, Department of History

Maxim Litvinov
Collin Bartoldus; Faculty advisor: Michael Barnhart, Department of History

Who cut the cheese? The effect of the Civil War on cheese production in Allegany County, New York
Rachel Hoelzer; Faculty advisor: Bill Miller, Department of History

A Wilde shift:  exploring the social construction of the homosexual identity in 19th Century Britain through the Cleveland Street Affair and the trial of Oscar Wilde
Kara De Sanna; Faculty advisor: Susan Hinely, Department of History

Traditional medicine and temperance: the complexities of health policy in South Africa under British rule
Michael Hofmann; Faculty advisor: Shobana Shankar, Department of History

The search for a Chinese National Identity: comparing nationalisms of Kang Youwei and Sun Yat-sen
Enoch Kun; Faculty advisor: Iona Man-Cheong, Department of History

Renaissance intellectual magic and numerology
Irene Protopapas; Faculty advisor: Alix Cooper, Department of History

Retelling History: Pierre Laval Avoids His 12 Bullets
Joseph Santangelo; Faculty advisor: Michael Barnhart, Department of History

Moral degeneracy in post-Colonial South Africa
Ryan Schmitt; Faculty advisor: Shobana Shankar, Department of History

The Fate of the “Iranian Hypothesis” of Mithraism
Brandon Supak; Faculty advisor: Paul Zimansky, Department of History

 

 


 



Psychology - SAC 302 -10:45-1:00

Introductory remarks,  Psi Chi Coordinator, Patrice Goldstein

10:45 am
Effect of emotion on working memory in psychotic disorders
Samantha Shetty: Faculty advisor: Aprajita Mohanty, Department of Psychology

11:00 am
Intolerance of uncertainty and predictability of threat
Brian Chin; Faculty advisor: Greg Hajcak Proudfit, Department of Psychology

11:15 am
Lower spatial working memory performance correlates with the increased activation in the default mode network in children
Andrew Seunghyun Lee, Faculty advisor: Hoi-Chung Leung, Department of Psychology

11:30 am
An investigation of the Maryland Assessment of Recovery in People with Serious Mental Illnesses and subjective recovery
Roohi Maini; Faculty advisor: Roman Kotov, Department of Psychiatry

11:45am
The role of childhood maltreatment in the development of other medical comorbidities in bariatric surgery-seeking populations
Elizabeth Olsen; Faculty advisors: Dina Vivian, Aprajita Mohanty, Department of Psychology

Noon – 12: 15 – BREAK

12:15 pm
Replication study: attentional deployment on amygdala activity, state-trait anxiety, and gaze behavior
Simon Huang; Faculty advisor: Turhan Canli, Department of Psychology

12:30 pm
Effects of rhythmic asynchronies in a visual response task with auditory entrainment
Zachary Gursky; Faculty advisor: Antonio Freitas, Department of Psychology

12:45pm
Emotion regulation under threat of shock
Elizabeth Parisi; Faculty advisor: Greg Hajcak Proudfit, Department of Psychology

1:00 LUNCH