Time Schedule 2013
Schedule of Presentations - Wednesday, March 27 [1:00-5:00p.m.]

Ed Clark*, Suzanne Parker, Jim McLaughlin, PE Majors

Introduction to "KanJam"

Timberlake-Lawton Gymnasium

Cathy Cuppett

Service Learning In the Dominican Republic

Davidson 102

Jun Matsuo*, Jurgen Kleist Kitty Busby, Shiloh Sears

Nietzsche and His Music.

Recital Hall

Jim LaValle

Organized Crime: Facts, Trivia and Other Things You May Not Know

Science 101

Suzanne Parker*, Jim McLaughlin, Ed Clark, PE Majors

Modified Fitness Screening

Timberlake-Lawton Gymnasium

Tracey Welborn

Adlerian Lifestyle Analysis

Science 100

Mac Williams*, Steve Marciano, Carmen Witt, Thad Sulek, Timmy Strickland

I Regret Nothing: Studying Abroad as a Student

Science 100

Mason Rouser*, Jessica Lowery

Leaving an Imprint:Chemistry Demonstrations You Won’t Forget

Science 301

Joe Flaherty*, Sara Atkinson, Jennifer Sanborn

Science Twitteracy at Coker College: Incorporating Twitter in Biology Courses to Enhance Student Engagement and Learning

LITC Faculty Research Room

John Foster

From Spirituals to Hip Hop: Using Song as an Instrument of Social Change

PAC 100

Margaret Godbey*, Melanie McGrath, Dana Griffin

Vegas Baby! English Education in 2013

Davidson 112

Ye Li

From the Great Wall to the Bird Nest: Discover Old and New Beijing

PAC 100

Jun Matsuo*, Graham Wood, Magi

Japanese Music: Traditional and Contemporary

Recital Hall

Gordon Brown*, Jessica Garrett, Miranda Smith, Sean Arnold

Microwave Spectroscopy Saves the World

Science 101

Mal Hyman

Israel and Palestine


Christi Camper

Pedagogy that Cultivates a Culture of Basic Goodness

Black Box Theater

Julia Klimek*, Stephanie Harrelson

Mapping Stories: Geography and the Imagination

Science 101

Shirley McClerklin Motley

Domestic Sex Trafficking of Women and Children in South Carolina

Davidson 110

Elaine Townsend*, Jamilla Ross, LaToya Oliver,Kristen Oliver

Raising the Standard of Care for Institutionalized Citizens of Darlington County

PAC 100

Jason Umfress

Should I Stay or Should I Go? An Overview of College Student Retention

Science 100

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