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Student Scholarly and Creative Activity Symposium

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Schedule of Events

8:45-9:30 a.m. - Opening Breakfast - Main Building, Renaissance Parlor

Time  Title Presenter(s) Location 
9:30-10:35 a.m.  Mexican-American women in the military: A story of empowerment & resiliency Jessica Martin and Tiffany Loggins, MA, Counseling Psychology Doctoral Students, OLLU Main 204

  Families and delinquency:What matters for Mexican American/Latino juveniles  Joanna Licon and Jiletta L. Kubena, OLLU Main 204
  Mental health challenges faced by Latino unaccompanied Alien children Yolanda Rodriguez Escobar, PhD, Social Work, OLLU

Monica Romo Mendiola, MSW student, Hogg Scholar, OLLU

Aura Majdanik, MSW student, Hogg Scholar, OLLU
Main 204
  Post-traumatic growth in HIV-positive Latinos grieving an aids-related loss  Jacqueline Coppock, MS, Psychology Adjunct Profesor, OLLU

Melissa Cole, MS, Department of Psychology, OLLU
Main 221
  Culturally and linguistically diverse populations: The relationship between cultural and linguistic profile of SLPs and the provision of appropriate services Brenda Carmona, CDIS graduate student, OLLU

Gabriela Senior, CDIS graduate student, OLLU

M. Ruth Fernandez, PhD, CDIS faculty, OLLU

Christine Carmichael, PhD, CDIS faculty, OLLU

Main 221 
  Application of the General Aggression Model to Violence Prevention and Intervention programs in San Antonio: An Analysis of a service provider interview project Jeff Lim, Psychology student, OLLU Main 221

11 a.m.-
12:15 p.m.

Transnationalism-A study of Corozal, Veracruz, Mexico and Dallas, Texas Jessica Mejia, History, OLLU Main 222
  Entrusting a loved one to the care of another: Quién Cuidará a Los Padres?  Lacey Moffatt, MS, LPC, Psychology Doctoral Student, OLLU Main 222
  Mexican American children: The unknown survivors of the American social and political agenda, Dallas, Texas, late 1920s-1930s Catherine Montoya, History student, OLLU Main 222 
  Synthesis of Heterocyclic Pyridines by "One-Pot" Condensation and Kröhnke Reaction: An incorporation of Green Chemistry Adrianna Campa, OLLU Main 204
  Resiliency factors of Latinas and women of color in STEM careers Rapini De Yatim, Psychology Doctoral Student, OLLU Main 204
12:15-1:30 p.m.
Lunch and Poster sessions

  Investigating the effects of food additives on ethanol absorption in rats  Ricky Adames, Brad Ward, Kathleen Traver, Chemistry students, OLLU Main 311

  Discovery of a possible mercury point sources  John Rico, Chemistry student, OLLU  Main 311
  Investigating the impact of Alligator Gar on other fish species Olivia Mason, Mathematics student, OLLU  Main 311
  Redesigning a campus newspaper Angelica Casas, student, OLLU  Main 311
  The importance of music in education Sylvia Soto, student, Texas A&M San Antonio  Main 311
  Effective health screening in women: Cardiovascular disease and diabetes prevention Nicole Cramberg, Nursing student, OLLU  Main 311
  From Nana to Abuela: Working with an elderly Latina in Narrative Therapy Jacqueline Coppock, MS, Psychology adjunct professor, Psychology Doctoral student, OLLU
 Main 311
  Monitoring known bitter components of brewed coffee via HPLC Ashley Estevis, Chemistry student, OLLU  Main 311
  Identification of unknown bacterium Miriam Espinoza, Biology student, OLLU  Main 311
1:30-2:45 p.m. Fighting stigma: Exploring supportive factors influencing Latina teen mothers' college attainment
Chloe Wolfe, McNair Scholar, OLLU Main 225
  Is it about women? The role of the influence of mass media on pay equality  Tahiry Contreras, McNair Scholar, OLLU Main 225
  Reminiscence Haley Lockwood, OLLU Main 220
  Broken Sonnets for Jennifer David Hale, English student, OLLU Main 220
3-4:15 p.m.  Technology and social anxiety Ashley Guevara, Psychology student, OLLU Main 225
  Addressing power differentials between researcher and the researched: A participatory action research project Amanda Wetegrove-Romine, Psychology Doctoral Student, OLLU  Main 225
  Deal or No Deal: How to win the game Daisy Garcia, Mathematics student, OLLU Main 225

4:15-5:30 p.m. - Student Scholar Reception - Main Building, Room 311

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