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Congratulations to all of the presenters from CEHD at Undergraduate Research and Service Learning Celebratory Symposium on August 14.  Below are the topics of their presentations. Many presenters were part of a group of people working on the projects. For more information see the Office of Undergraduate Research and Experiential Learning.

Topic: Arts Bridge

Lucy Font, Elementary Teacher Education
Adding Movement to Subtract Monotony: A Dance-Integrated Math Curriculum

 Topic: Hunger

Moderated by: Staci Perlman, Assistant Professor of Human Development and Family Studies

Gemelle John, Spanish Education
Eugene Matusov, Professor of Education
Where You Find It

Gabrielle Gilliam-Harris, Human Services
Staci Perlman, Assistant Professor of Human Development & Family Studies
Quality Control: An Assessment of SNAP and SNAP Outreach

 Topic: Justice

Akilah Alleyne, Human Services
Cynthia Robbins, Sociology & Criminal Justice
Race & Gender Disparities in DE: Middle School Discipline

 Topic:  Ese’Eja

Morgan Lehr, Elementary Teacher Education
Rosalie Rolón Dow, Associate Professor of Education
See UDaily article about the Ese’Eja community.

 Topic: Leadership

Lieke O’Regan, Cognitive Science & Micah Bernard, Human Services
Nancy Weiss, Instructor of Human Development & Family Studies
Factors that Support or Challenge the Success of Advocacy Organizations Run by Individuals with Development

 Topic: International Relations

Kelly Scanlan, Human Services/Spanish Studies
Staci Perlman, Assistant Professor of Human Development & Family Studies
Statelessness in the Dominican Republic- Conducting a Needs Assessment to Determine and Address the Barriers to Nationalization Within the Haitian-Dominican Community


And additional congratulations go to senior Kelly Scanlan, for winning the The Center for Science, Ethics, and Public Policy Essay Competition Award.


Read more in a UDaily article.