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Weekly WMSURE Workshops

                         Summer 2022 Workshops
Wednesdays, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM via Zoom

The Summer 2022 workshops will serve as a space for WMSURE-funded students to provide updates on their research. Students and faculty are welcome at all of our events. Contact co-directors Prof. Iyabo Osiapem, ifosiapem@wm.edu, and Prof. Katherine Barko-Alva, kbarkoalva@wm.edu, for more information. 

 

Date                                          Workshop RSVP

  Wednesday,

June 15, 2022

 

 

  • Gisi Martinez-Campa. Analyzing and Researching the Implementation of Computer Science Curriculum in Disadvantaged Middle Schools
  • Janee Thomas. College Students Perceptions of African American English
  • Jada Jones. Decolonizing Service Learning in School Mental Health Fields: Women of Color Speak
  • Joshua Owens. “Shelby County, the 2016 Election, and How They Are Connected”
  • Donald Torrey. “Teenage Pregnancy and the Effect on Parents in the Black Community”
  • Kiseki Carter. “Discourse Analysis of Disability Memes”

 

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Wednesday,

July 6, 2022

  • Rachel Bartz. The Evolving Role of the Judiciary Through the Lens of the Biden Administration
  • Raven Pierce. Using Art Therapy Techniques to Understand How Emerging Adult Black Women’s Spirituality Help Them Navigate the Sociopolitical and Racial Climate
  • Yvonne Boadi. Longitudinal Impact of COVID-related Stress on Mental Health and Substance Use: A Cross-National Examination among College Students in Six Countries
  • Soleil Garnett. Data Analytics & DEI Strategies: Profiles In Leadership
  • Bryana Moyler. “The impact socioeconomics has on FMD in Mongoloia”
  • Ava Roberts. “Critical Race Theory in Education”
  • Yusra Mohammed. “A systematic review of Black Muslim Youth’s Experiences and Well-Being”

 

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Wednesday,

July 27, 2022

 

 

  • Benjamin Boateng. Examining Bias in Juvenile Life Without Parole Sentencing
  • Tenesae Asfaw. How did changes in economic factors in San Francisco impact the implementation of The Chinese Exclusion Act?
  • Victor Adejayan. Comparing Saliva and Nasal COVID-19 PCR tests
  • Citiana Ali. Explaining the alcohol harm paradox: Socioeconomic deprivation may confer susceptibility to alcohol dependence via exposure to aversive experience, internalizing symptoms and drinking to cope, in sequence
  • Simiya McEachin. “The Science of Illicit Drugs Through a Cultural Perspective”
  • Franchesca Johnson. “East Asian Political Theory: Korean Comfort Women and the Theoretical Origins of Japanese Post-Colonial Denial”

 

 

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Wednesday,

August 10,  2022

 

  • Amaiya Mauney. EAGER: New possibilities for broadening the impacts of middle school engineering through a partnership between teachers and underrepresented minority engineering college students
  • Elyssa Kancheria. “Understanding Microaggressions as Interpersonal Negligence Rather than Intended Harm”
  • Anya Ford. “The Success of Students Virtual Tutoring”
  • Lauren Payne. “Local Black History Project”
  • Ethan Stewart. “Does Beach Nourishment Help Sand Dunes Grow?”
  • Ruth Hailemeskel. A cross-national examination of the intersection between spiritual benefits and consequences of Cannabis”

 

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