Graduate Student Conference

Annual Conference since 2007

Panel Session II 1:30-2:45 PM

Cross-Disciplinary View of the Sustainability Phenomenon

Swan 305

James Blair, University of Rhode Island, Business Administration, @MrMarketingPhD

Ahmet Hattat, University of Rhode Island, Business Administration

Mehmet G. Yalcin, University of Rhode Island, Business Administration, @SCX2016

Lauren Morris, University of Rhode Island, Political Science

Chris Brozyna, University of Rhode Island, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

Heather Blair, Texas State University, Business Administration, @Heather_Rae09

 

Humanities in the Undergraduate Curriculum: the Value of Literature, Writing, and Rhetoric

Swan 309

Moderator:  Dr. Alycia Mosley Austin, University of Rhode Island, Assistant Dean, Graduate Recruitment and Diversity Initiatives, Associate Director, Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Program

Molly Hall, University of Rhode Island, English

Kara Watts, University of Rhode Island, English

Ashton Foley, University of Rhode Island, English

Jenna Guitar, University of Rhode Island, English, @guitar_jenna

Amy Foley, University of Rhode Island, English

 

Understanding Consumption

Swan 306

Moderator: Talya ten Brink, University of Rhode Island, Marine Affairs

A Model of Overconfidence in Subjective Probabilities: Evidence from Chinese Farmers” Clayton Michaud, University of Rhode Island, Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

Knowledge and Practice on meat hygiene among fresh/slaughter house workers in Pokhara Sub-Metropolitan” Suraj Pant, Hood College, Bioinformatics

World of Humans and World of Animal: The Rhetoric of Development and Border Subjectivity in Indra Sinha’s Animal’s People” Sara Santos, Stony Brook University, English, @SaraStarbuck

 

Understanding Deviance

Swan 311

Moderator: Nilton Gomes, University of Rhode Island, English

“‘Za Dobrobit Hrvatske Države’ (“For the Good of the Croatian State”): The Question of the Croatian Orthodox Church, 1942-1945” Darcy Ireland, Providence College, History, @darcyireland

“Inscribing Deviance on the King’s Body in Edward II” Danielle Sanfilippo, University of Rhode Island, English

Finding the Bridge to Religious Tolerance within the Twenty-First Century” Teresa Testa, Salve Regina University, Humanities

“Uncle Sam Wants (Some of) You: Homosexuality in the US Military During World War II” Jenna Wrenn, St. John’s University, History

 

Understanding Technology

Swan 313

Moderator: Kimberly Dahl, University of Rhode Island, Communicative Disorders

The Telephone Talks: Paolo Genovese’s ‘Perfect Strangers’ Meets ‘The Telephone Book’” Francesca Borrione, University of Rhode Island, English, @fraborrione

Smiling Poop and Space Invaders: Understanding Emojis in CMC” Sean Igoe, Southern Connecticut State University, English

Loosening the Rigidity of Form: Contemplations on Cyborgism, Education, Citizenship, Personhood, and Contemporary Symbiotics in an Already Augmented Reality” André Katkov, University of Rhode Island, English, @dreysleeps

“Securing Wireless Communications of Connected Vehicles with Artificial Intelligence” Prinkle Sharma, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, Computer Engineering

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