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First Annual Research Mini-Symposium

March 4, 2010 1:00-5:00pm
Windows Lounge: Building 38, 2nd Floor

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TimePresenterTitle
1:00Beverly HartlineWelcoming Remarks
1:15Amal Rammah and Tolessa DeksissaImpact of Combined Sewer Overflows on Water Quality and Its Implications for Public Health in Rock Creek
1:30Helene Krauthamer, Rodney Burton, Christine Kroll and Charles FergusonError Analysis: Lessons Learned from Student Essays
1:45Sasan HaghaniPerformance of Dual-Branch Decorrelator Receiver in Rician Fading
2:00April Massey, Natalie Ottey, Michele C. Walker, Marisha Bourgeois, and Angela Branford-WainwrightThe Undergraduate Communication Disorders Program: Compulsory? A Study of Graduate Student Outcomes – Context and Substance for Program Review
2:15Rommel Anthony Benites PalominoFM-GA and CM-GA for Gene Microarray Analysis
2:30Valbona Bejleri and Tolessa DeksissaAn Empirical Bayesian Approach for Estimating Uncertainty Associated with Storm Water Quantity and Quality Model Analysis
2:45Arlene King BerryEconomic Empowerment of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Youth with Disabilities
3:00Michele C. Walker and Toni G. WaltersCultural Perspectives in Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Review of the Literature
3:15Alison Norwood and Natalie OtteyThe Effects of Applying the Principles of Motor Learning to Treatment for Acquired Apraxia of Speech
3:30S. Suzan J. HarknessBeyond the Soup Kitchen Model and Drive-by Volunteerism: Transformative Civic Engagement – An Analysis of Learning Outcomes
3:45Jessica CabnessEvidence-based Social Work in End-State Renal Disease (ESRD)
4:00Doris Peters and Teacher AA Qualitative Study of Essential Qualities, Social Emotional Experiences and Best Practices of K-12 Educators in Urban Public Schools
4:15Matthew FraidinOpening Child Welfare Proceedings in the District of Columbia: Sunshine is Good for Children
4:30Reception and Poster Session
 Heidi Oliver-O’GilvieExcellent Teaching of Literacy in an Urban School: Including New Literacies and Youth Development
 Fredric C. Ratliff, Sophie Parker, and Niraj SapkotaThe Association Between Online Courses and Pursuing a Master’s Degree