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Welcome to the Poster Reception
Your experience has already begun!
Aug 8 | 11:00AM
As a “flipped” poster session, it’s important for attendees of the poster reception to familiarize themselves with the topics being presented before the reception begins.
The reception is a chance to dive into topics of interest, rather than hear “elevator pitches.” By visiting this page, you have already taken the first steps!
How to Prepare
Read the presentation description, listen to the presenters describe their work, and view the actual poster. Take notes and jot down thoughts to share with the presenter or questions you’d like to ask.
What to Expect
At the poster session, each poster display is designated
by the following:
tent card listing the poster title and presenter name(s)
tabletop display of the poster
QR Code for the digital poster gallery
the poster presenter
Why This Format
Use this time together to support your peers and learn from one another as we discuss a broad range of topics, share resources, and encourage future scholarly activities!
Presenters will be stationed throughout the space, ready to share their work and engage in conversation with you! Go at your own pace, guided by the work you have already done in the online gallery.
Posters are sorted A-Z by lead presenter's last name.
Click "Read More" to view a poster and listen to the author(s) speak.
Use of Simulation in an Entry-Level Occupational Therapy Program
Grading and Belonging in a STEM Discipline
Amanda J. Chunco, Elon University
Kelsey Bitting, Elon University
Experiential Learning Through Escape Room Design-Build
Claire Dancz, Clemson University
Susan McKenzie Reeves, Clemson University
Inspiring Campus During the Summer with a SPARK
Maria T. Gallardo-Williams, NC State University
Diane D. Chapman, NC State University
The Photo Essay as a Medium of Experiential Learning
Eric J. Greaux, Winston-Salem State University
An Intervention to Improve Student Mindset in College Courses
Christopher Holland, Cabrini University
Ruta Clair, Cabrini University
Grading Faster and Better for RSI Compliance in Online Courses
Gina J. Mariano, Troy University
Fred Figliano, Troy University
An Experiential Learning Program to Prepare Students for Sales Careers
Carter McElveen, Clemson University
Jennifer Siemens, Clemson University
Instructor Empathy Predicts Student’s Experiences Better than Instructor Mindset
Sal Meyers, Simpson College
Brian C. Smith, Simpson College
Differing Perspectives from Student and Instructor Assessment of Redesigned Class Assignments
Tamara Pandolfo, North Carolina State University
Teaching Migrant Farmworker Justice in Early Childhood Education
Julia Smith, Purdue University Fort Wayne
Educator’s Knowledge and Understanding of Dyslexia Across the United States
Lily Van Putten, University of the Pacific
Valerie F. McDaniel, University of the Pacific
Nalanda Chakraborty, University of the Pacific