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Schedule of Panel Presentations - April 15, 2011

Asking Why, 8:00 - 8:55 a.m., Learn Lab

Laura Duquette, Bear  Stearns, Lehman Brothers, and the Federal Reserve: Who Is to Blame?
Assistant Professor of Philosophy Gregory Frost-Arnold

Alexandra G. Aquadro, Drawing As a Way of Seeing
Assistant Professor of Architectural Studies Kirin Makker

Andrew K. Shumway, Surfing and Spirituality
Program Coordinator of Center for Global Education Doug Reilly

Andrea Rocchio, The Isle of Wight: Geology of Memory
Professor of English David Weiss

Resistance is Not Futile, 8:30 – 9:30 a.m., Sanford Room

Eleanor Eckerson, Hidden Away? Feminism and Women's Domestic Violence Shelters
Professor of Women's Studies Betty Bayer

Ashmita Roka, Stories of Assimilation and Liberation at Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Assistant Professor of Education and Dean of William Smith College Cerri Banks

Zachary Kimes, The Actuality of Revolution: Organization from Lenin to Hardt and Negri
Professor of Political Science Jodi Dean

Anna Rusch, Theresienstadt and the Art of Delusion and Reality
Professor of Art Patricia Mathews

The Social in "Support," 8:30 – 9:30 a.m., Learn Lab

Michael Doane, Religion and Health: How Do Religious Orientations and Social Support Relate to Religious Members' Health?
Assistant Professor of Psychology Portia Dyrenforth

Lily Farnham and Anna Hineline, Success for Geneva's Children
Professor of Sociology H. Wesley Perkins

Virginia Cleland, The Argentine Tango in My Life: A Personal Exploration of Tango in the Unites States and Argentina
Associate Professor of Religious Studies Richard Salter

Shana Allen, Wrapped in Care: Baby Steps to a Brighter Future
Assistant Professor of Psychology Julie Kingery

In the Place Where You Are, 9:40 – 10:40 a.m., Geneva Room

Jennifer Beavers, Kelly Biggs, Lyndsey Hicks, Samantha Tripoli and Cara Walden, Cultivating the Revitalization of Downtown Geneva
Professor of Sociology Jack D. Harris

Shannon Mahoney, Effects of Stream Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Habitat Restoration on Benthic Macroinvertebrate Communities
Director of Introductory Biology Laboratories Susan Cushman

Whitman Littlefield, With Whom We Stand: A Search for Place
Associate Professor of English Melanie Conroy-Goldman

Me and the Masses, 9:40 – 10:40 a.m., Learn Lab

Melissa Gray, Facebook Use and Associations with College Students' Social, Emotional, and Academic Adjustment
Assistant Professor of Psychology Julie Kingery

Rebecca M. Borsuk, From Concept to Concert: Exploring Social Theory Through the Art of Dance
Associate Professor of Dance Cadence Whittier

Gabrielle Berkman, How Advertising and Commodity Culture Shape Personal Identity in Four Nineteenth Century Novels
Assistant Professor of English Nicola Minott-Ahl

Katy Wolfe, Passing the Peace: The Individual and the Mass
Professor of Philosophy Steven Lee

Opposition! Opposition?, 9:40 – 10:40 a.m., Sanford Room

Sharlene Diamond, Ay Gyal, It's a Dancehall Ting
Associate Professor of African Studies Marilyn Jimenez

Martin Michaels, Reforming to Restrict: Liberalization and the Production of Surveillable Opposition in Jordan
Assistant Professor of Political Science Stacey Philbrick Yadav

Shelby Pierce, The Lord's Resistance Army
Associate Professor of Political Science Kevin Dunn

Rachael Raymond, The Other White: The Influence of Whiteness on New Immigrants to the United States
Professor of History Clifton Hood

Educate to Empower, 10:50 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Geneva Room

Amanda Ward, Can "Truth and Reconciliation" Educate and Empower?
Assistant Professor of Education Khuram Hussain

Erin DeRemer, Empowering Every Child: The Foundational Aims of Multicultural Education
Assistant Professor of Education Khuram Hussain

Caleb Campbell, Kevin Grogan and Kevin Matteson, One Shining Moment
Assistant Professor of Education Khuram Hussain

Educate to Enhance, 10:50 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Learn Lab

Hannah Stoll, Architecture as a Vehicle of Social Change
Assistant Professor of Education Khuram Hussain

Alicia Supernault, M.A.P.ping Kid's Futures
Assistant Professor of Education Khuram Hussain

Alyson Feldman-Piltch, Multiculturalism in Children's Literature
Assistant Professor of Education and Dean of William Smith College Cerri Banks

Maxwell Swagler, Powering the Do-It-Yourself Community
Assistant Professor of Education Khuram Hussain

Educate to Transform, 10:50 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Sanford Room

Jalisa Whitley, Civil Rights vs. Human Rights: How our Civil Rights Efforts have Crippled our Humanity
Assistant Professor of Education Khuram Hussain

Kelsey Bair and Nathan Campbell, Dirty Pop: Civil Rights Narrative and Popular Culture
Assistant Professor of Education Khuram Hussain

Anna Hineline, Success for Geneva's Children and Civil Rights
Assistant Professor of Education Khuram Hussain

Amy Norris, Syracuse "Say Yes to Education:" A Multi-Dimensional Model for Inner-City School District Reform and Community Transformation
Assistant Professor of Education Khuram Hussain

Immortality, Afterlife, or Nonexistence, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m., Geneva Room

Kyli Archibald, "My Lady," "My Love": Images of Courtly Love in Dante's The Divine Comedy
Associate Professor of English Laurence Errussard

Darren Scott, It's Turtles All the Way Down, Then You Hit Heidegger...
Professor of Philosophy and Dean of Hobart College Eugen Baer

Taylor Raufus, The Road to Immortality: Exploring Resting Stages of Native and Non-Native Zooplankton in Seneca Lake, NY
Assistant Professor of Biology Meghan Brown

Andrew Tarnas-Raskin, Wildfire Prevention and Mitigation through Prescribed Burning in Hawaii, HI
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies Darrin Magee

Solutions, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m., Sanford Room

Alexandra Chase, Portfolio Windows
Assistant Professor of Architectural Studies Kirin Makker

Jessica Becker, Marissa Biondolillo, Anna Giangregorio and Andrew Schettine, Recycling Practices in Seneca County, New York
Professor of Sociology Jack D. Harris

Christina Amestoy, Tackling Climate Change: Using States to Successfully Implement a Carbon Cap-and-Trade Market
Associate Professor of Political Science DeWayne Lucas

Value(s?) Education, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m., Learn Lab

Amanda Shaw, Greening Orientation
Director of Introductory Biology Laboratories Susan Cushman

Martha Beltz, Inequalities in Education and No Child Left Behind
Assistant Professor of Education and Dean of William Smith College Cerri Banks

Ryan Kincaid, The Use of Narrative in Forming Members of a Morally-Conscious Community
Associate Professor of Religious Studies Richard Salter

Lindsey Hagan, Working to Help Familes, Educators and Individuals with Autism in China
Assistant Professor of Psychology Julie Kingery Associate Professor of Education Helen McCabe

Women and Resistance, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m., Presentation Room

Lisa Philippone, Drought, Flood, and Earthquake in North India: Development through Disaster
Assistant Professor of Anthropology Brenda Maiale

Julia Hoyle, The Compatibility of Feminism: A Modernist and Islamic Debate
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Etin Anwar

Emma Luton, What Were They Selling Before Cookies?
Professor of Women's Studies Betty Bayer

Madeline Caryl, Women's Education and the Logic of Competitive Authoritarianism In Yemen
Assistant Professor of Political Science Stacey Philbrick Yadav

Civic and Civil at HWS?, 2:40 – 3:40 p.m., Geneva Room

Sarah Burd, Millicent Egan, Abby Rudman, Amanda Slack and April Soriano, A Life of Engaged Citizenship
Professor of Sociology Jack D. Harris

Anjali Roka, Artful Peace: A Documentary
Professor of Writing and Rhetoric Cheryl Forbes

Akilah Browne, On the Road from Brown
Professor of Media and Society Linda Robertson

In, On, Of: Environment, 2:40 – 3:40 p.m., Sanford Room

Katrina Carey, A Better Home: Enhancing Ecological Resources at Seneca Lake State Park
Director of Introductory Biology Laboratories Susan Cushman

Benjamin Ahearn, Sustainable Design: The Ability to Endure
Assistant Professor of Architectural Studies Kirin Makker

Sharlene Diamond, Marco Luongo, Hannah Stoll and Benjamin Woodruf, Swimming on Seneca
Professor of Sociology Jack D. Harris

Source and Sustenance, 2:40 – 3:40 p.m., Learn Lab

Jessica Popp, Cannibalism in Alaskan Waters: Determining the Cannibalistic Effect of Red King Crab in Different Habitat Types
Assistant Professor of Biology Meghan Brown

Robert Taylor, Energetics and Distribution of Black-Capped Chickadees (Poecile Atricapillus) during Irruptive Migrations
Associate Professor of Biology Mark Deutschlander

Neala Havener, Food Poor, Poor Food
Professor of Writing and Rhetoric Cheryl Forbes

Maddy August and Anne Jordan, Psychosocial Predictors of Weight Gain in College First Years
Assistant Professor of Psychology Jamie Bodenlos

Changing Shape And Shaping Change, 3:50 – 4:40 p.m., Geneva Room

Amanda Levy, Moving Toward Social Change in Democratic Classrooms
Assistant Professor of Education Khuram Hussain

Katherine Cottrell, Insert Sexy Title Here
Instructor of Philosophy Rodmon King

Cameron Avelis, The Effect of Amino Acid Sequence on Protein Structure as Revealed by the Potential Energy Landscape
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Alan van Giessen

Alexandra Kress, Thinking Through Design
Assistant Professor of Architectural Studies Kirin Makker

Creation, 3:50 – 4:50 p.m., Sanford Room

Kathryn Bowering, Manifest: A Study in Identity and Dance Composition
Associate Professor of Dance Cadence Whittier

Lawrence Gregorek, HWS - Embrace the Moment: A View from Behind the Camera
Professor of Art Michael J. Bogin

Kelsey McLaughlin, Manipulating Design Space
Assistant Professor of Architectural Studies Kirin Makker

Claire Leavengood-Boxer, Process in a Portfolio
Assistant Professor of Architectural Studies Kirin Makker

Youth, Imperative 3:50 – 4:50 p.m. Learn Lab

Lily Farnham, "We Serve Too!"
Associate Dean for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment and Director of Centennial Center for Leadership Susan Pliner Ed.D.

Brian Burbank and Jalisa Whitley, Mentoring for the Future: Preparing DeSales Students for College & Careers
Professor of Sociology Jack Harris

Amanda Ward, The Missing Voice: Youth Engagement in the Vote
Associate Professor of Political Science DeWayne Lucas

 

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