Symposium Presentations

 

 Spring 2021 Graduate Symposium

 

 

 IN Person Presentations

 

 

Taylor Whillock

Student Affairs Administration

Gaining Insight from Faculty Experience


 

 

Matthew White

School Leadership Doctoral

Polices and Practices Regarding Transgender Students

 

Drew Saunders

Business Data Analytics

Teacher Views about COVID-19 and vaccinations 

 

 

Araks Ohanyan

Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences

Winter Habitat Use of Rust Blackbirds (Euphagus carolinus) in Arkansas
2nd place

 

Brian Mallory

Student Affairs Administration

Time Out for Tech: Discovering Why ATU Students Delayed

 

 

Virtual Presentations

 

Amber Robinett

Student Affairs Administration

Money or Grades: Student Employment's Effect on Academic Performance


Harry Henry-Ojo

Psychology

Influence of Polymorphims in Dopamine Regulating and Receptor Genes on Aspirational Quality and Approach Motivation


 

Spencer Hurlbut

History

Speak up Hattie

 

Carice Godbey

Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences

Influences of Interior Lest Tern (Sternula antillarum) colon success: Site Features, Disturbances, and Predation

1st Place

 

Mackenzie Douglas

Student Affairs Administration

Improving Student Athlete Mental Health Programs

 

  

Tekyesha Gault Anderson

School Leadership, Doctoral 

Representation of African American/Black Men Educators in K-12 Public Schools' Impact of Recruitment, Retention, and Responsibilities to Education

 

Jecy Weber

Emergency Management and Homeland Security

Red, White & Boom at Scioto Aubudon Operational Plan



Cierra Collins

Student Affairs Administration

Mental Health Awareness for College Freshman


 


Judges

We are very thankful to our judges who have graciously volunteered their time to participate in this event in an attempt to help students in developing professionalism in their presentation of research.

 

Dr. Gina Kraft, Program Director Assistant Professor of Health and Physical Education

Dr. Carl Greco, Department Head and Professor of Electrical Engineering

Dr. Ellen Treadway, Program Director and Associate Professor of Teaching, Leadership, & Learning