Exhibition Gallery Category:
This includes research that has not entered data collection, however uses the research process for problem identification, research question formation, and a plan for conducting research. Posters should walk through the planning phase of research and likely include background, purpose and methods sections, though no specific format is required.
This year we are excited to announce a special Social Justice designation for applicable poster. These posters have received the gold star “SJ” icon.
A social justice designation is scholarship that promotes one of the following areas:
Includes general concepts of social justice and multiculturalism. Overall, the project focuses on both recognition and reflections related to social justice and practices which impact the highlighted topic.
Incorporates an informed inclusion of social justice and multiculturalism within the project. Additionally, the project includes action which generates small change.
Includes an intentional, proactive engagement in social justice with the goal of creating change to systems or policies that impact the highlighted topic.
Directions: Please fully download each poster presentation so you can view and hear the entire presentation.
The Impact of Culturally Responsive Art Programs For Black Middle School Students
Do SLP Graduate Students Obtain Knowledge & Confidence to Work with Pediatric Clients in the NICU?
Amanda Cirincione, Alyssa Jinks & Sabrina Meza – Graduate Students
The Impact of the C3 Framework on State Standards and Social Studies Education
The Impact Remote Learning Has On Social Development Among Elementary Students
Effects of Low-Income Communities on the Accessibility of AAC Devices for Children with Autism
Melanie Laschiver, Kristen Kritou, Danielle Frondi & Rachel Gindhart
Anxiety Levels of College Students in Social Justice & Anti-Racism Educational Programming
Implementing Spanish and English Cognates into Daily Content Instruction
The Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Caregivers with Loved Ones in Long-Term Care Facilities
Hannah Black, Jamie Gawlik, Nikki Hoff & Catherine Muir
Benefits of Teletherapy for School-aged Children with Autism
Andrea Beyer, Danielle Lippiello, Leyla Marquez & Mercedes Taglioni
The Impact of Photo-Based Therapy Practices on High School Student’s Self-Esteem
Implementation of Explicit Literacy-Based Instruction Within CASEL’s 5 Competencies …
The Implementation of Animal-Assisted Therapy in a High School Setting and its Potential Impacts on Student Anxiety Levels
Is There a Difference in Suicide Ideation among K-12 Students Before the COVID-19 Pandemic Compared to After the COVID-19 Pandemic?
by Caitlin Santaniello
The Impact of Mental Health Support on the Wellbeing of Middle School Students
Popular Myths and the Potential Influence on Bilingual Families Care-Based Decisions
Molly Smith, Kristen Kerrigan & Madison Somple
Translanguaging: Heritage Speaker + Non Heritage Speaker Achieving Multilingualism Together
Caregiver Stress in Dysphagia Management of School-Age Children
Colleen Strazdas, Sabrina Mondello & Olivia Muhando