GSL 6: Poster Session and Presenter Instructions
Nearly fifty community-engaged practitioners and scholars will represent twenty-two different posters during the poster session, over coffee and lite breakfast, 7:30 – 9:00 am, on Monday, November 4. Details for presenters follow the poster titles listed below. Revisit the whole Summit Schedule, and register here.
|The place of University into a Community Context||Jose Andrade||Pastoral Universitaria|
|Maria Egas||Psicologia Aplicada|
|Integration of A Multi-Phase Collaborative Global Service Learning Conceptual Model: Best Practices||Janice Lanham||School of Nursing|
|Abby Heid||Corporate & Community Education|
|Bringing Learning Home: From the Global South to Tallahassee, FL||Kimberly Reid||Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement|
|Latika Young||Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement|
|Social Work and Pharmacy Joint Service Learning in Tanzania||Pilar Murphy||Pharmacy Practice|
|Rachel Hagues||Social Work|
|Multidisciplinary research on global engagement: An institutional case study||Maureen Vandermaas- Peeler||Center for Research on Global Engagement, Psychology|
|Partnership building to improve sustainable health in developing countries: A cross- cultural and interdisciplinary global health approach.||Arelis Moore de Peralta||Clemson University|
|Aida Mencia-Ripley||Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE)|
|Ruben Dario||Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE)|
|Envisioning Experiential Education as a Critical Community||Evan Small||Elon University|
|Caroline Dean||Elon University|
|Using the Fair- Trade Learning Rubric to Evaluate a New Global Partnership||Roxanne Amerson||Clemson University|
|Cesar Santos||Nursing Heart, Inc.|
|Jade Parker- Manderson||Nursing Heart, Inc.|
|Chloe Garrison||Clemson University|
|Sarah Finleyson||Clemson University|
|Michelle Kunkle||Clemson University|
|Considering personal identities when preparing for and participating in community immersion programs||Heilwig Jones||Kaya Responsible Travel|
|Building Healthier Communities in the Dominican Republic through partnerships: A student-led community engagement approach||Arelis Moore de Peralta||Clemson University|
|Michelle Fuentes||KIPP Memphis Academy Middle|
|Creating a global learning community through the use of technology: Lessons Learned from Online Tutoring Programs||Wynter Oshiberu||Paper Airplanes|
|Reducing the Health Risks of Students and Faculty in Low Resource Countries through Enhanced Education and Preparedness.||Tracy Fasolino||Clemson University|
|Heather Hufnagel||Clemson University|
|Haley McKee||Clemson University|
|Mary Margaret Cain||Clemson University|
|Student Leadership Training for Global Community Engagement||Eliza Wethey||Virginia Tech|
|Students teaching students in Haiti: Impact on Professional Development and Cultural Humility||Julie Booth||Quinnipiac University|
|Global learning findings from a multi-year, project-based, cross-cultural, interdisciplinary, collaborative GSL model between Egypt and the United States.||Robert Hewitt||Clemson University|
|Hala Nassar||Clemson University|
|Creating a Culture for School-Wide Community-Campus Partnerships||Kelly Kowatch||University of Michigan|
|Alissa Talley-Pixley||University of Michigan|
|Social Science/ Social Conscience: Engaging Local Communities Through Research and Service||E’Lisha Fogle||Clemson University|
|Student fear of discussing diversity in an increasingly diverse world||Caitlin Ferrarini||University of Massachusetts Boston|
Global Learning Programs that Provide Sustainable Solutions: Is it Possible?
|Georgia Baptist College of Nursing of Mercer University|
|Challenges and Opportunities for Engineering-Centric Global Service Learning Programs||Jennifer Ogle||Clemson University|
|Brad Putman||Clemson University|
|A Sustainable Model for Interprofessional, Intercultural Learning||Maureen Helgren||Quinnipiac University|
Poster presenter information and reminders:
- Poster presenters will have one side of a 38 inch high by 50 inch wide foam-core presentation board – usable space is slightly smaller; therefore you will need to print your paper poster to dimensions no greater than 36 inches by 48 inches.
- The presentation board will rest on a portable easel, which will be provided for you. You will attach your paper poster to the foam-core presentation board with clips. We will supply clips for attaching your poster to the board.
- Posters should be setup between 7:00 to 7:30 AM on November 4th. The presenter/s should be available to discuss their poster between 7:30 – 9:00 AM. Posters will be available for viewing throughout the day, during breakfast, breaks, and lunch.
- Posters should be removed by 5:30 PM on November 4th. Posters remaining after this time will be discarded.