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Fair Use Or Transformative Work? Music, Figure Skating, And Copyright, It Depends…, Kerri Bottorff Jun 2022

Fair Use Or Transformative Work? Music, Figure Skating, And Copyright, It Depends…, Kerri Bottorff

Scholarly Communication Brown Bag Series

Have you ever been curious about how figure skaters choose their music? Do they reach out to artists directly and ask for permission? Does U.S. Figure Skating, our National Governing Body, or our local member clubs, have protections or agreements in place? Or are we all just happy little copyright violators? Say it with me…it depends!


Successful Women Majoring In Stem Have Higher Optimism And Lower Stigma Consciousness, Bridget Muise, Bettina Casad Jun 2022

Successful Women Majoring In Stem Have Higher Optimism And Lower Stigma Consciousness, Bridget Muise, Bettina Casad

Undergraduate Research Symposium

Women are underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education. We had 607 women majoring in STEM complete an online questionnaire reporting levels of coping, rejection sensitivity, stigma consciousness, and optimism and grade point average (GPA) was collected from school records. Results showed that higher rejection sensitivity predicts lower GPA even with higher coping skills. This indicates that even with good coping skills, higher fear of rejection for one's gender had a stronger effect on the academic performance of women in STEM. Additionally, higher optimism predicts higher GPA, but only for women with lower gender stigma consciousness. Optimism ...


Remote Onboarding: Growing And Maintaining Community, Christine R. Elliott, Lauren Movlai Jun 2022

Remote Onboarding: Growing And Maintaining Community, Christine R. Elliott, Lauren Movlai

ACRL New England Chapter Annual Conference

No abstract provided.


Public Service Loan Forgiveness And What Recent Changes Mean For You, Matt Amory Jun 2022

Public Service Loan Forgiveness And What Recent Changes Mean For You, Matt Amory

ACRL New England Chapter Annual Conference

No abstract provided.


Books At Berklee: Re-Imaginations For A Time Of Resiience, Judith S. Pinnolis Jun 2022

Books At Berklee: Re-Imaginations For A Time Of Resiience, Judith S. Pinnolis

ACRL New England Chapter Annual Conference

No abstract provided.


“So Tell Me About Your Research”: Using Faculty Interviews To Build Research Partnerships, Eric Toole, Allison Martel, Alicia Hopkins, Mackenzie Dunn, Sheri Sochrin Jun 2022

“So Tell Me About Your Research”: Using Faculty Interviews To Build Research Partnerships, Eric Toole, Allison Martel, Alicia Hopkins, Mackenzie Dunn, Sheri Sochrin

ACRL New England Chapter Annual Conference

No abstract provided.


Suicide And South Korean Youth: How A World Class Education System Affects Its Adolescents, Grace Hendricks May 2022

Suicide And South Korean Youth: How A World Class Education System Affects Its Adolescents, Grace Hendricks

Symposium Of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE)

This presentation takes a look at the suicide rates among South Korean youth ages 15 to 19, comparing the numbers to those of the same age range in the United States. We will look at the raw numbers, go over similarities and differences, and end with contributing factors for both groups. Particular focus will be on how South Korea is considered to have the best education system in the world and the impact that fact has on the young people going through it.


Activity Area Analysis For The Sanders Site (45kt315), Emily Elizabeth Laplante, Rylee A. Chadwick May 2022

Activity Area Analysis For The Sanders Site (45kt315), Emily Elizabeth Laplante, Rylee A. Chadwick

Symposium Of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE)

The Sanders Site (45KT315) was excavated in the 1970s by Central Washington University. The site is located on the Yakima Army Training Center some 12 kilometers up Johnson Canyon from the Columbia River. The site was occupied from as early as 9,000 years ago; however, the heaviest occupations with features and activity areas date closer to 3000 years ago which are associated with Frenchman Springs Phase. We are interested in how food processing and animal use at this seasonal upland site compares to sites on the river that may have been occupied year-round during the Frenchman Springs Phase.

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Research Impact Fluxkit: A Playful Exploration Of Research Assessment, Erica Finch May 2022

Research Impact Fluxkit: A Playful Exploration Of Research Assessment, Erica Finch

Library Faculty & Staff Presentations

Librarians sure do love their toolkits—but what happens when the tools we use reinforce systems of discrimination and exclusion? The Research Impact Fluxkit is a playful and interactive interpretation of the library toolkit intended to spark discussion about how we assess the impact of our research.


Maximizing Curriculum Mapping With Library Resources, Andrew Todd May 2022

Maximizing Curriculum Mapping With Library Resources, Andrew Todd

Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works

This presentation was part of UCF's Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning's 2022 Summer Conference. Description: This session will focus on curriculum mapping from a library perspective and highlights several practical applications in course development. Topics will include how to integrate library resources to support textbook affordability and learning outcomes, strategies to ensure that students obtain skills necessary to leverage library databases, and courses to target in order to ensure teaching research through course assignments.


Sin In A Southern City: The Unearthed History Of Atlanta’S Postbellum-To-Progressive Era Prostitution Trade, Mandy J. Swygart-Hobaugh M.L.S., Ph.D., Allyson Stephens May 2022

Sin In A Southern City: The Unearthed History Of Atlanta’S Postbellum-To-Progressive Era Prostitution Trade, Mandy J. Swygart-Hobaugh M.L.S., Ph.D., Allyson Stephens

University Library Faculty Presentations

This presentation was given by Dr. Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh (Georgia State University Library faculty member) and Allyson Stephens (Georgia State University Sociology graduate student) at the 2022 Atlanta Studies Symposium. The presenters describe the methodology and share preliminary analyses of US Census data on Atlanta’s prostitution trade from 1880 through 1910. The presented research is a component of a larger project to reconstruct the lost history of the rise and fall of Atlanta’s prostitution trade from the Postbellum Era through the Progressive Era, drawing from newspapers, US Census data, city directories, property records, maps, and more. This site provides ...


Identifying The Support Women Entrepreneurs In Rural Maine Need From Each Other And Their Communities To Thrive, Lisa Luken May 2022

Identifying The Support Women Entrepreneurs In Rural Maine Need From Each Other And Their Communities To Thrive, Lisa Luken

Thinking Matters Symposium

Rural women entrepreneurs have the power to positively impact the sustainability of their communities, yet they are faced with internal and external challenges in their pursuits to grow successful businesses and create sustainable livelihoods. While a number of scholars in the past 10 years investigated these challenges and suggested some solutions, more research is needed to identify additional solutions, including those specifically relevant to rural Maine communities. This qualitative study explored the support women entrepreneurs in rural Maine need from each other and their communities to thrive. Data gathered through semi-structured interviews with eleven women entrepreneurs from rural Maine revealed ...


Transgender Experiences In Healthcare, Paige Grover May 2022

Transgender Experiences In Healthcare, Paige Grover

Thinking Matters Symposium

No abstract provided.


Tap Dance As A Nonverbal Language For Autism Spectrum Disorder, J Sydney Rhane Burtis May 2022

Tap Dance As A Nonverbal Language For Autism Spectrum Disorder, J Sydney Rhane Burtis

Honors College Theses

Through elements of sound and movement, tap dance employs rhythm as a universal language for nonverbal communication through the medium of music. Through three distinct but related elements, (a literature review, an artist’s statement, and a performance piece), this thesis will explore tap dance as a form of nonverbal language. For individuals with autism spectrum disorder, tap dance may help to achieve further attunement with themselves and the outside world. Due to autistic people’s impaired communicative, interactional, and skilled abilities, experiencing the relationships formed through tap dance may facilitate improvement. The literature review begins with a brief definition ...


"Online Learning: Steps Taken, Lessons Learned", Matthew Strandmark May 2022

"Online Learning: Steps Taken, Lessons Learned", Matthew Strandmark

Library Presentations

This presentation details the creation of digital learning objects for use in the University of Kentucky Special Collections Research Center education program during the COVID-19 pandemic, and in following semesters. It discusses the origins of the online learning modules, how they were created, how they are advertised, and how they are assessed.


Practicing Organizational Care: Using Human-Centered Approaches To Facilitate Change In Your Library, Meghan Musolff, Annie Bélanger May 2022

Practicing Organizational Care: Using Human-Centered Approaches To Facilitate Change In Your Library, Meghan Musolff, Annie Bélanger

Presentations

Most traditional change management practices seek to mitigate risk. They focus on process and implementation over listening, compassion, and healing. By using human-centered change methodologies and approaches, we will explore ways to tailor change efforts in ways that honor the individuals and the organization. We will consider how to engage in a change that harnesses the strengths of the team, making space for voices to be heard.


Substance Use & Misuse Disorder Among Immigrant Youths, John Sebit, John O. Sebit Apr 2022

Substance Use & Misuse Disorder Among Immigrant Youths, John Sebit, John O. Sebit

Thinking Matters Symposium

No abstract provided.


Examining The Connection Between Sibling Relationships And Empathy Development, Alicia Joswiak Apr 2022

Examining The Connection Between Sibling Relationships And Empathy Development, Alicia Joswiak

Research and Scholarship Symposium Posters

Humans are social beings who shape their lives through relationships. The ability to understand the mental status of others, or empathy, is a critical determinant to successful social relationships. Few studies have explored how older siblings influence the development of empathy in younger siblings. The current study examined an aspect of positive sibling relationships to understand what interactions and/or behaviors between siblings foster empathy development. The primary hypothesis was that a positive correlation exists between physical affection among siblings and empathy development in the youngest sibling. This study included 100 adult participants who are the youngest sibling. An online ...


How Covid-19 Restrictions During The 2020-2021 School Year Affected The Mental Health, Physical Health, And Social Health Of The Students At Bowling Green State University, Hannah Davies Apr 2022

How Covid-19 Restrictions During The 2020-2021 School Year Affected The Mental Health, Physical Health, And Social Health Of The Students At Bowling Green State University, Hannah Davies

Honors Projects

The purpose of this study was to survey BGSU students in the Honors College and Athletics Department to obtain their perspective on whether Covid-19 restrictions during the 2020-2021 school year affected their mental health, physical health, and social health. The study was performed in an effort to allow people to consider whether Covid-19 protocols influenced the mental and physical well-being of students. If that was the case, was there a difference between the student-athletes and the non-athlete students.


Self-Efficacy & Perception Of Mental Well-Being, Sarah L. Capen-Becerra, Sophie K. Louis, Abigail Danzig, Olimpia Sansone Apr 2022

Self-Efficacy & Perception Of Mental Well-Being, Sarah L. Capen-Becerra, Sophie K. Louis, Abigail Danzig, Olimpia Sansone

Psychology Presentations

When young adults have high self-efficacy, they tend to exhibit more resilience to stress and other mental health problems. Additionally, women are reported to experience depression at higher rates than men, which might be explained by potential gender bias in current diagnostic criteria. Our study examined the influence of gender and mental health self-efficacy on depression symptoms as well as the interaction of these two variables on depression outcomes in college aged-students. Participants (N = 58) were tasked to fill out an anonymous Qualtrics survey based on the Gender Inclusive Depression Scale (GIDS; Martin et al. (2013), and an additional question ...


Shifting Weight Attitudes? A Look At Stigma And Implicit Bias, Carolyn H. Decicco, Sarah L. Capen-Becerra, Sophie K. Louis Apr 2022

Shifting Weight Attitudes? A Look At Stigma And Implicit Bias, Carolyn H. Decicco, Sarah L. Capen-Becerra, Sophie K. Louis

Psychology Presentations

The goal of the current study is to investigate students’ perceptions of controllability and biases against individuals who smoke and individuals who present as ‘overweight’ in the workplace. Participants (N = 69) were randomly assigned to read an article describing either weight-based (n = 35) or smoking-based discrimination in the workplace (n = 34). Participants were tasked with writing open-ended responses to the articles. Participants in the smoking group were more likely to endorse (n = 16; 47.1%) discriminatory workplace practices than those in the weight group (n = 4; 11.4%), who showed more conflicted justification responses (weight n = 19; 54.3%; smoking ...


Developmental, Personality, And Family Influences On Risk-Taking During Young Adulthood, Jessica Leach Apr 2022

Developmental, Personality, And Family Influences On Risk-Taking During Young Adulthood, Jessica Leach

Psychology Presentations

The aim of this research was to identify relationships between narcissism and likely risk-taking behaviors in young adult students, as well as to assess possible developmental and family influences over this personality trait and these behaviors. Evaluations of the severity of a range of criminal activity were also assessed through this study as predicted by narcissism and as a predictor of risk behaviors. The data was collected through the use of anonymous online surveys, which included a total of five measurement instruments. Since young adulthood is a time of engaging in more risk behaviors than later periods of life, the ...


An Exploration Of A Year At The Ursinus Food Forest, Victoria Bearden Apr 2022

An Exploration Of A Year At The Ursinus Food Forest, Victoria Bearden

Environmental Studies Presentations

The Ursinus Food Forest began a commitment to a new form of sustainable land management at Whittaker Environmental Research Station. This management integrates lessons from urban agriculture, urban forestry, and agroforestry (see Clark & Nichols 2013) with principles of permaculture (Jacke et al 2005). Begun in 2017, and this past fall marked 2 years since the planting of phase one in 2019. In the fall of 2021 students, faculty, facilities, and volunteers planted the second phase of the food forest site, which added 7 new food producing species. Including this, many projects were created to enhance the site throughout the past ...


To What Extent Has Covid19 Impacted Substance Use Among Homeless Populations In Portland, Maine, Daniela Mason, Madison Chadbourne Apr 2022

To What Extent Has Covid19 Impacted Substance Use Among Homeless Populations In Portland, Maine, Daniela Mason, Madison Chadbourne

Thinking Matters Symposium

COVID19 pandemic has vastly impacted all populations within our society, homeless populations in particular. This study aims to uncover how the COVID19 pandemic has affected substance use among the homeless population in Portland, Maine. In particular, this study asks to what extent has COVID19 impacted substance use among homeless populations in Portland, Maine? We asked individuals to participate via convenience sampling, whereby anonymous surveys were completed through Survey Monkey by staff members employed at Preble Street in Portland, ME, who have worked directly with the homeless population during the COVID-19 pandemic. We expect the results to suggest an increase in ...


Homosexual Persecution In The Holocaust, Ethan Ryan Apr 2022

Homosexual Persecution In The Holocaust, Ethan Ryan

Spring Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry

During the Holocaust, same-sex desiring men were persecuted alongside Jews, political prisoners, and other minority groups. The punishments that same-sex desiring men faced were directed at the act of homosexuality instead of the identity of homosexual. Incarceration in Nazi camps for same-sex desiring men included sexual violence and an attempt to convert these men to a heterosexual lifestyle. This research explores memoirs by homosexual holocaust survivors, including Heinz Heger and Pierre Seel, as well as experiences with same-sex desiring men written by a communist prisoner of Sachsenhausen, Harry Naujoks.


Reducing Caregiver Risk For Child Maltreatment: Results From Advocacy Program Data, Nicole Airesman Apr 2022

Reducing Caregiver Risk For Child Maltreatment: Results From Advocacy Program Data, Nicole Airesman

Liberty University Research Week

Undergraduate

Three Minute Thesis


The Mediation Basic Psychological Needs Has On Leaderships Styles And Outcomes, Eric Zhu Apr 2022

The Mediation Basic Psychological Needs Has On Leaderships Styles And Outcomes, Eric Zhu

Symposium of Student Scholars

There has been a focus on which leadership styles relate to certain outcomes, such as burnout, organizational commitment, and positive/negative affect. It appear that what predicts whether or not a person feels positively or negatively about their organization and how much burnout they experience is not predicted by leadership styles in and of itself, but rather how the leadership style satisfies or frustrates basic psychological needs. Although organizational commitment does not seem to be predicted by basic psychological needs solely and that leadership style does play a significant, if secondary, role in its prediction, I believe that to be ...


Addressing Mental Health Concerns Among International Students During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Daniel Kimonyi Apr 2022

Addressing Mental Health Concerns Among International Students During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Daniel Kimonyi

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Theoretical Proposal


China Containment In East Asia: Preventative Or Provocative?, Rachel Solsman Apr 2022

China Containment In East Asia: Preventative Or Provocative?, Rachel Solsman

Liberty University Research Week

Undergraduate

Textual or Investigative


Childhood Sexual Abuse: The Impact Of A Dismissive Caregiver Response Following Child Disclosure, Denise Moore, Carl Wilson Apr 2022

Childhood Sexual Abuse: The Impact Of A Dismissive Caregiver Response Following Child Disclosure, Denise Moore, Carl Wilson

Liberty University Research Week

Doctoral

Theoretical Proposal