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Presentations

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Faculty presentations:
1-5 p.m.

Showcase and
Networking:
5:30-7:30 p.m.

Perdue Hall
Salisbury University

Afternoon Faculty Speaker
Sessions - 1-5 p.m.

  • All speakers in Perdue Hall Auditorium
  • Each speaker should follow a TED-talk (www.ted.com/) approach
  • Each talk will begin on the hour and/or half-hour, but the length of the talk could vary from 10-20 minutes depending on the style of the speaker
  • All sessions will be recorded (video and audio)

Fulton School Faculty Speakers

Henson School Faculty Speakers

  • Ryan Taylor - “Basic Science and Frog Research with Applied Perspective on Human Hearing”
  • Arthur Lembo - “Getting Down to Earth: Engaging Undergraduates in Theoretical and Applied GIScience”

Perdue School Faculty Speakers

  • Jonathan Munemo - “Engaging the Soaring Dragon: Can Sub-Saharan Africa Benefit from Free Trade Agreements with China?”
  • Leonard Arvi - “‘Connecting the Dots’ - Mobile App Used to Enhance Student Success with Future Employment”

Seidel School Faculty Speakers

  • Jim Forte - “Where's The Theory? A Research Review of A Love-Hate Relationship and A Preview of Repair Strategies”
  • Dean Ravizza - “We Got Game: Building a Sport and Social Intervention for Children of War”

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