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Conference Schedule: Poster Sessions

Poster Sessions will be held:

  • Session 1: Wednesday, February 14, 2018 from 12:00 - 2:00 in the Latham Ballroom
  • Session 2: Thursday, February 15, 2018 from 12:00 - 2:00 in the Latham Ballroom

Full details on poster preparation are available online. Please note: The number to the left of a poster title represents the location of the poster in the Latham Ballroom.


Poster Session 1 (38 Posters)

Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Location Title
A 1
A Comparative Study of the Effects of STEAM and STEM programs on Creativity in Higher Education
     K. Nam; J. Chun;
A 2
A New Goal for Higher Education: Fostering Students to Become Lifelong Learners
     Y. Hao;
A 3
Addressing the question of spiritual integration within the classroom
     D. Williams;
A 4
Assessing Student Academic Motivation in Living Learning Communities
     A. Taylor; K. Sinkler-Boyd; W. Lee; S. Arnold-Christian; K. Lester; B. Watford;
A 5
Building Bridges- Two Black Professors Employ Race and Culture of Origin to Facilitate Counselor Skills Acquisition in Higher Education. A Case Study[Poster]
     K. Perminio Most ; J. Mwendwa;
A 6
Conversation: Technological advances that can be integrated into higher education for students with disabilities
     J. Brown;
A 7
Development of an Interprofessional Scholarship Advisory Group (iSAG)
     M. Rudd; S. Whicker; H. Carvalho;
A 8
Ever Evolving Technology: The Costs to Faculty for Technology in the Design Classroom
     D. Kincade; E. Dull;
A 9
Examining beliefs about knowledge and course motivation among incoming college students
     C. Ruff;
A 10
Examining Disciplinarity in Higher Education
     H. Davis; K. Biddle;
A 11
Expanding University and K12 Collaborative Partnerships to Enhance Clinical Experiences for the Principalship
     M. Beavers; M. Beavers; M. Beavers; T. Walker; T. Walker;
A 12
Exploring Engineering Major Choice and Self-concept through First-Year Surveys
     D. Maczka; J. Grohs;
A 13
Faculty Experiences on Using Learning Analytic Tools
     S. Kitoo;
A 14
Flipped Classrooms and Self-Directed Learning: A Chinese/US Comparison
     J. McNellis; D. Rafter; K. Zhou;
A 15
Integrating Technology Effectively
     R. Menard;
A 16
Integrating Wellness into the Classroom to Increase Professional Longevity
     K. Doyle; K. Raymond;
A 17
Life-Long Learning in Apparel – Wear-able Technology
     P. Quesenberry; D. Kincade;
A 18
Living-Learning Communities: Building Emotional and Cross-Cultural Resilience for U.S.-born, International-born and DACA Multicultural Students
     D. Rios; G. Quiñones-Rodriguez; L. Loza; D. Rios;
A 19
Lowering Barriers to Student Success: Metacognitive Development in a Flipped Foundational STEM Course
     J. Wirgau; J. Mundy;
A 20
Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Healthcare Education
     E. Payne; E. Hildebrand;
A 21
Personality Trait Differences by Academic Major: Implications for Student Success
     B. Mazur; M. Shuttlesworth; E. Gardner;
A 22
Podcasting in the Classroom: An Interdisciplinary Audio Project
     K. Bowers;
A 23
POP! Goes the Pedagogy: Using Popular Culture in the Classroom to Demonstrate Theoretical Constructs for Nonmajors & Majors
     M. Millham; D. Rios;
A 24
Psychosocial Factors and the Effects on Retention with Females in a Health Sciences Program
     Y. Savoy;
A 25
Regulating Emotion in the Higher Education Classroom: Seeking Proximity to a Divine Attachment Figure
     A. Knight, Ph.D.; K. Carapezza, M.A. ; K. Macon, M.S.; P. Parkinson; Y. Offei Darko;
A 26
Rethinking course design and assessment from a student perspective
     S. Weaver;
A 27
Self-Reported Learning Gains in a Diversity Intensive Course
     M. Smith;
A 28
Service-learning in a community nutrition course: Influence of site on student perceptions
     G. Mann; S. Misyak;
A 29
Shadow Modules: Engaging students as partners through student-led collaborative learning communities
     S. Rutherford; S. Amici-Dargan;
A 30
Student Perceptions and Achievement in a First Year Natural Resources Class
     D. Stauffer; J. Culhane; J. Culhane; K. Goldbeck DeBose; D. Orth;
A 31
The Big Five for Faculty Engagement with Doctoral Students
     S. Nasrollahian; G. Ruttencutter;
A 32
The Impact of a Social Intervention on Student Course Evaluations and Learning Outcomes
     K. Ayers;
A 33
The Neuroscience of Creativity
     L. Woodward;
A 34
The Power Struggle: Teaching GTAs How to Effectively Use Their Power
     B. Quesenberry; J. Coble; C. Einstein; L. Purcell;
A 35
Using active learning, peer teaching, and immediate formative assessment to teach core concepts in a large introductory lecture course
     E. Friedman;
A 36
Using Video-Guided Training as a Faculty Development Tool for Creating a Shared Mental Model of Safety for Resident Assessment: A Pilot Study
     M. Rudd; S. Whicker; W. Leland; C. Kroker-Bode ;
A 37
Utilization of Infographics in Educational Environment
     W. Almunive;
A 38
Youth Empowerment in Agricultural Development Using The Application of Learning Theories
     A. Shayo;


Poster Session 2 (38 Posters)

Thursday, February 15, 2018
Location Title
B 1
Analysis of Students' Daily Documentation of Nutrition Related Conditions During Clinical Rotations to Inform Curricular Developments in Medical Education
     S. Meacham; C. Sumpter; F. Rawlins; H. Garner;
B 2
Best Practices in Completely Online Graduate Level Engineering Courses
     E. Spingola;
B 3
Combining Experiential and Service Learning in Agriculture Research
     W. Gwaltney; . ;
B 4
Conversation: Evaluating Taxpayer-funded Prison Education
     J. Long;
B 5
Conversation: Integrating technology- Does it benefit all students?
     T. Young;
B 6
Conversation: Which format lends itself better to deep and significant learning experiences- distance education or traditional face-to-face format?
     K. Knapp;
B 7
Counselor Educator Preparedness: Doctoral Teaching Interns’ Experiences
     P. Kimball; J. Harrichand; K. Kirk; J. Mwendwa;
B 8
Designing peer teaching using the backward design strategy and retrieval, spaced, and varied practices in undergraduate courses
     X. Zhang;
B 9
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Effect of American Higher Education on Teachers’ knowledge; An International Comparison
     R. Galeshi; C. Jinghong;
B 10
Encouraging Interdisciplinary Critical Thinking using Exploratory Writing
     J. Jackson;
B 11
Engaging Students, Uncovering History, and Identifying Technology through Favorite Foods Discussion
     T. Bradshaw;
B 12
Enhancing Empathy in Higher Education
     S. Warren, Ph.D.; A. Knight, Ph.D.; K. Carapezza, M.A. ; K. Macon, M.S.; P. Parkinson; Y. Offei Darko;
B 13
Factors that Impact Sophomore to Junior Retention
     E. Lovik;
B 14
First Year Experiences Of Male Student-Athletes At A Military College: A Generic Qualitative Study
     L. Pauling;
B 15
Gender Neutral: A Challenge for Students of Bathroom Design
     K. Parrott;
B 16
Investigating the impact of makerspaces on art education in higher education
     J. Chun; K. Nam;
B 17
Meeting Students’ Basic Needs to Make Diverse College Classrooms (including online classrooms) Exceptional Learning Environments
     K. Woodring;
B 18
Online Learning and Gender Differences in the Perception of Engagement and Instructor Presence
     K. Mukuni; X. Wang; O. Solis; W. Almunive;
B 19
Online students apply the process of design thinking to solve issues of social crisis using virtual collaboration tools in MURAL.
     K. Machac;
B 20
Peer Mentoring Program: A Pilot Study
     E. Payne; K. Poole; J. Poole;
B 21
Rubric Development for Formative Assessment
     C. Lyles; T. Drowne; J. Knies;
B 22
Senegalese Professors’ Intention in Engaging in Learner-Centered Instructional Strategies in Higher Education Pedagogy.
     I. Alegbeleye; J. Anderson; W. Gichane; O. Abaye;
B 23
Storytelling Through the Four C’s in the Classroom: Strategies for Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration, and Creativity across the Curriculum
     D. Wilkinson; K. Stolley; R. Takacs; R. Hooker;
B 24
Stress, Coping, and Self-efficacy of College Students in Two Cultures
     D. Owen; L. Aagaard; R. Skidmore;
B 25
Stressors and coping mechanisms of medical students
     M. Rudd; T. Criss; D. Harrington; D. Musick; B. Mutcheson; A. Knight;
B 26
Student Experiential Learning Simulation Project for an International Agricultural Trade Course
     B. Song; M. Marchant; M. Hejazi;
B 27
Targeting Students’ Misconceptions through Career-Planning Courses
     M. Shuttlesworth; L. Rose; T. Clark; C. Miller;
B 28
Teaching about gender-based violence in Asian America
     S. Samanta;
B 29
Teaching Anxiety-Producing Content: Practical Applications from the Literature
     C. Lyles; D. Kniola; K. Krost;
B 30
Teaching Argumentation in First-Year Writing Courses Using Mixed Media
     C. Simpkins;
B 31
The Professor’s Role in Facilitating Student Educational Technology Acceptance
     D. Bradshaw;
B 32
Transformational Learning: Changing how a person knows
     J. Stanley;
B 33
Using Micro Learning in Teaching Technology
     M. Rudd; A. Blackwood; D. Halpin; R. McCandless; S. Whicker;
B 34
Using VALUE Rubrics to Assess Student Learning and Program Outcomes
     J. O'Reilly;
B 35
Video-based learning: Understanding usability, benefits, and perception of using online educational videos.
     E. Ofori; D. Wu;
B 36
What’s Next? Prospective Teachers’ Use of a Noticing Framework
     D. Moss; L. Poling;
B 37
Working towards social justice skill outcomes: Higher education assessment
     M. Szpara;
B 38
Young Immigrant Adults Health and Health Seeking Behavior: Empirical Evidence from the Survey on Adult Skills (PIAAC 2013)
     R. Galeshi; J. Sharman;