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Faculty-Student Presentations
Presenter(s) Title Format Time Venue

Shaniqua DeBose, Amanda McLaughlin, Sarah Grogan, Jeanne Cook*

Preparing Human Services Professionals to Address Problems in the Global Environment.

Panel

1:00

PAC 100

Norah Wofford, Jim Boden*

Memory and Time Sequencing.

Panel

1:00

CWC Auditorium

Kevin Kenyon

Thoughts on a Century of Genocide.

Presentation

1:00

Science 100

Mark Williams, Katelyn Miller, Dan Dong, Pramod Chopade*

Cooking Up Organic Chemistry at Coker.

Panel

1:00

Science 101

John Foster

Nigger: The Strange Career of a Troublesome Word.

Presentation

1:00

Davidson 112

Shawn Lay

New Interpretations of Racial and Religious Intolerance in the United States During the 1920's.

Presentation

2:00

Science 100

Austin McJunkins and Gordon Brown*

Student Research in Chemistry at Coker College.

Presentation

2:00

Science 101

Ivy Aldrich, Anna Boan, Ameerah Briggs, Monte Jackson, David Shealy, Megan Thomas, Rhonda Knight*

Using the Columns on the Renaissance Stage.

Presentation

2:00

CWC Stage

Janna Burch, Stephanie Barrett, Paige Parrott, Joe Rubinstein*

Does Arithmetic Have To Be So Awful: A Workshop for Parents, Grandparents, Teachers and All Who are Interested in the Education of Children.

Workshop

2:00

Davidson 112

Mark Glanz

An Analysis of the South Carolina GOP's 2010 Campaign Emails.

Presentation

2:00

PAC 100

David McCracken

Charlotte Simmons as a Working-Class Heroine In Tom Wolfe’s I am Charlotte Simmons.

Presentation

3:00

Davidson 112

Mandi Warner, Bryan Musungu, Cynallyhia Indriago, Kendra English, Taylor-Shea Flotow, Sara J. Atkinson, Joe Flaherty*

Student-Centered Research in Biology at Coker College: Training and Discoveries in Functional Genomics.

Presentation

3:00

Science 101

Stephanie Leitgeb, Amanda Shea, Mackenzie Hallahan, Gavin Bailey, Adam Windham, Ed Clark, Suzanne Parker*

Speedminton: What Is It and How Do We Play?

Demonstration/
Participation

3:00

Lawn Behind Davidson

Jean Grosser

The Freedom Rides of 1961.

Display/
Presentation

3:00

Art 130

Alejandra Ochoa, Dwane Crankfield, Ashley Meador, Valerie Smith, Darlene Small, Mac Williams, Cathy Cuppett*

Spanish and Service Learning.

Panel

4:00

Science 101

Donald Quist

Everything is NOT Magic: How the McOndo Movement is Changing Latin Literature and Dispelling the Myth of the American Dream.

Presentation

4:00

Davidson 112

Bridgette Mulligan, Mal Hyman*

Reflections on the National Security Implications of Climate Change.

Presentation

4:00

Science 100

Danielle Glidden, Patrick Flynn, Seth Johnson, Sarah Folsom, George Lellis* et al.

Student Video Productions

Presentations**

4:00

PAC 100

* Organizer

** Followed by induction ceremony for Lambda Pi Eta, Communication Honor Society.

 
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