Save the Dates: May Books & Bagels

Wednesday, May 8th – Books & Bagel Center City
12-1:30pm, Student Lounge, 1st Floor New College Building

Live broadcast in the Graduate Student Lounge, Basement of Main Building

Featuring:

  • Carol Ann Blank
    PhD Candidate, College of Nursing and Health Professions, Creative Arts Therapy
    “The Role of Family Music Therapy to Support the Development of Children with Special Needs and Parent Self-Efficacy”
  • Amy Felder
    PhD Candidate, College of Nursing and Health Professions, Nursing Science
    The Effect of a Clinical Decision Support System Utilizing a Business Process Management Enabled Workflow on the Adoption of a Protocol for Nurse-Directed Urinary Catheter Removal”
  • Idris Robinson, Tomi Seriki and Tosin Seriki
    MPH Candidates, School of Public Health, Public Health
    Advancing mHealth in Rural Gambia: Enhancing Health Information Dissemination and the Improvemet of Vaccine Inventory Control at Trekking Sites

Moderated by Kathleen Turner, Outreach and Library Liaison, Health Sciences

Can’t attend? Connect live via Blackboard Collaborate: http://bit.ly/14wErvY

Thursday, May 16th – Books After Dark
5-6pm, Graduate Student Lounge, Basement of Main Building

Featuring:

  • Kelsey Hatzell
    PhD Candidate, College of Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering
    “The Water-Energy Nexus and the Role of Capacitive Techniques”
  • Mitra Khakari
    MS Candidate, College of Arts and Sciences, Psychology
    “Accessing Treatment for Infertility: The Impact of Perceived Barriers”

Friday, May 31st – Books & Bagels
12-1pm, Graduate Student Lounge, Basement of Main Building

Featuring:

  • Josa Hanzlik
    PhD Candidate, Biomedical Engineering
    “What Do Retrieved Medical Devices Tell Us?”
  • Danielle Greenwell
    PhD Candidate, College of Arts and Sciences, Communications, Culture and Media
    “The Role of Active Reflection for Millennial Students in Service Learning”
  • Abby Dominy
    PhD Candidate, College of Arts and Sciences, Environmental Science
    “Turtles in a Different Light: Visual Ecology and Mating Behavior in the Diamondback Terrapins”

Moderated by Dr. Alisa Morss Clyne, Associate Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department

Can’t attend? Connect live via Blackboard Collaborate: http://bit.ly/11hGUTD

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