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Thursday, April 26, 2018

College of Education Student Research Symposium Winners

SRS: Student Research Symposium
Congratulations to all of the winners of the 2018 SDSU Student Research Symposium.  This year more than 520 students presented research and creative projects.  We are especially proud of the winners of the College of Education! This year, six of our students received special recognition.

Congratulations to:

Theresa Palafox, Multicultural Community Counseling and Social Justice
Arts Exhibit Award
Project: Chronicles Of A Browned Skinned Girl
Faculty sponsor: Dr. Nellie Tran, Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling and School Psychology

Polly Card, Claremont Graduate University Joint Ph.D. Program in Education
Library Award
Project: Men of Colour at Community College: Using Film Based Ethnographies to Visualise Student Experiences
Faculty sponsor: Dr. Marva Cappello, Professor, School of Teacher Education

Kevin Garrie, Postsecondary Educational Leadership: Specialization in Student Affairs (M.A.)
Dean's Award
Project: Collegiate Gaming Communities (CGCs)
Faculty sponsor: Dr. Marilee Bresciani Ludvik, Professor, Department of Administration, Rehabilitation, and Postsecondary Education

Darielle Blevins, Claremont Graduate University Joint Ph.D. Program in Education
Dean's Award
Project: Early Childhood Plays: The Impact of Microaggressions on Black Children
Faculty sponsor: Dr. J. Luke Wood, Professor, Department of Administration, Rehabilitation, and Postsecondary Education

Haydee Zavala, Claremont Graduate University Joint Ph.D. Program in Education
Provost's Award
Project: The Beauty Myth and Social Media
Faculty sponsor: Dr. Marva Cappello, Professor, School of Teacher Education

Sarah Nakutin, School Psychology
Provost's Award
Project: Effect of Physical Exercise on Academic Engagement and Executive Functioning in Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Faculty sponsor: Dr. Gabriel Gutierrez, Lecturer, Department of Counseling and School Psychology

Also, special thanks to each of the faculty sponsors who supported students in developing outstanding research and creative projects.


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