The College of Graduate
Graduate Research Symposium
April 19th, 2013
Campus Center Large Ballroom
Previous Research Topics
Want an idea of what our students are presenting? Check out the following research topics that were presented at last year's GRS.
"What Information Can be Gathered by Implementing a Four-Week One-to-One Laptop Initiative?"
"A Study of the Relationship Between Black Racial Identity and Academic Achievement in a Predominantly White Suburban Setting"
"Image vs. Reality: Women in the Black Panther Party"
"Masculine Anxiety and Homosocial Relationships in The Sun Also Rises"
"The Impact of Physical Activity on Short Term Memory in Senior Citizens"
"Performance Enhancing Drugs: The Attitudes of Athletes in Two Diverse Suburban High Schools"
"The Role of Visuals to Enhance Communication in Inclusive Classrooms"
"Ethnic Identity and Perceived Wellness"
Perry Daley, Katelyn Grenier, Nicole Spieler, Cassandra Briganti, Ashley Guba
"Indentifying Students at Risk, Monitoring Performance, and Determining Eligibility within Response to Intervention"
"Using Think-Alouds to Improve Reading Comprehension"
"Collegiate Athletes Susceptibility to Psychological Disorders: A Look at Depression in Athletes"
"Using Social Stories to Teach Social Skills to Students Diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder"
"The Benefits, Obstacles, and Methods of Co-Teaching in an Inclusive Classroom"
"Problem Definition and the United States Agency for International Development"
"Massachusetts Bottle Bill Expansion: A Cost/Benefit Assessment of the Proposed Legislation"
"The Irish Abroad: The Great Famine Emigration Patterns to Great Britain, Canada, and Australia"
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