Research Day and Innovation Showcase

researchday

The schedule for the day includes:

10 a.m. - Noon:
Innovation Showcase -
A showcase to highlight SU’s faculty labs, academic programs, service units and centers, galleries … everyone!
 
1-5:30 p.m.:
Faculty Presentations -
Each highlights the research and scholarly endeavors of selected faculty.
 
5:30-7 p.m.:
Closing Reception -
The Provost's Office sponsors a closing wine and cheese reception for all participants and attendees.

Presentations

1:00 p.m.: Frank Shipper - "Promoting Economic Fairness Vis-á-vis Shared Entrepreneurship around the World

1:30 p.m.: Teena Gorrow - "The Chesapeake Bay Bald Eagle: An Amazing Success Story in Wildlife Conservation"

2:00 p.m.: Jill Caviglia-Harris - "The Amazonian Dilemma"

2:30 p.m.: Debra Webster - "Lights, Camera, Action: Standardized Patient Experiences and Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing"

3:00 p.m.: Jennifer Cox - "To Tweet or To Post? That is the Question. Examining Differences in News Content Across Social Media Platforms"

3:30 p.m.: Céline Carayon - "Understanding Misunderstandings: Cross-Cultural Communication in the Early Atlantic World"

4:00 p.m.: Joyce Wiencek - "Reading and Writing with Piper: Pathways to Success"

4:30 p.m.: Sophie Wang - "Improving Prediction and Visualization of Coastal Inundation on the Eastern Shore of Maryland"

5:00 p.m.: John Wesley-Wright - "Lauda: Confronting the Celebrant of Leonard Bernstein's Mass"