Graduate Research and Creative Works Showcase

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The Graduate Research and Creative Works Showcase is an annual exhibition of the diverse work of SF State’s innovative and talented graduate students. This year the Graduate Research and Creative Works Showcase will be held virtually!

This event is an excellent opportunity to share your work with the broader academic community, win prizes, and build your résumé or curriculum vitae.

The 2022 Graduate Research and Creative Works Showcase will be organized as a virtual academic conference between 2:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M. (PST) on Tuesday, April 26 and Wednesday, April 27

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PRESENTERS

The Showcase is a unique opportunity for students to showcase their research and scholarly work to friends and family, community members, and research partners. Presenters should complete the registration form by Tuesday, April 5, 2022, 11:59PM (PST). Presenters will be expected to speak clearly and concisely to attendees outside their discipline and should avoid discipline-specific jargon. Presentations will be limited to five minutes.

RESEARCH/SCHOLARSHIP BASED PRESESNTATIONS

Students showcasing research will share their work in five minutes following the below guidelines.

  • Presenters are permitted to use 1-3 static PowerPoint slides. No slide transitions, animations or ‘movement’ are allowed. The slide is to be presented from the beginning of the oration.
  • No additional electronic media (e.g. sound or video files) is permitted.
  • No additional props (e.g. costumes, musical instruments, laboratory equipment) are permitted. Zoom backgrounds are considered props. Ensure your ZOOM background is a blank screen or wall.
  • Presentations are limited to five minutes maximum.
  • Presentations are to be spoken word (e.g. no poems, raps or songs).
  • Presentations are considered to have commenced when a presenter starts their presentation through either movement or speech.
  • Presentations must be memorized and recited without the help of notes or cue cards.

CREATIVE PROJECT, ARTISTIC PERFORMANCE, OR DESIGN-BASED PRESENTATIONS

Students showcasing a creative project, artistic performance, or design-based presentation will share their work in five minutes following the below guidelines.

  • Presentations are limited to five minutes maximum. For performances exceeding five minutes, select an excerpt(s) to share to ensure you presentation meets the five-minute limit.
  • Electronic media (e.g. sound or video files) is permitted. Props (e.g. costumes, musical instruments, laboratory equipment) are also permitted.
  • Presentations may include poems, songs, raps, etc. if relevant to your performance or artistic-based presentation.
  • Presentations are considered to have commenced when a presenter starts their presentation through either movement or speech.
  • Presentations must be memorized and recited without the help of notes or cue cards.
  • It is preferred that your ZOOM background be a blank screen or wall unless the use of your ZOOM background is directly related to your performance or artistic-based presentation.
  • Presenters may use multiple PowerPoint slides with transitions and animations.
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TIMELINE OF EVENTS

ZOOM Link- Meeting ID: 819 9606 8651 | Passcode: 176729

Student Name

Major

College

Title

Emma Abell-Selby

Anthropology

College of Liberal & Creative Arts

Quotidian Life among Latin American Women Grocery Store Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Molly Salyer

Broadcast and Electronic Communication Arts

College of Liberal & Creative Arts

Gardening Bayview (Short Documentary)

Veronica Caro

Cinema Studies

College of Liberal & Creative Arts

The "Chola" in American Cinema

Emily Smith

Comparative Literature

College of Liberal & Creative Arts

A Social Ethic in Leonora Carrington's Short Stories

Aynne Valencia

Design

College of Liberal & Creative Arts

The Circular Fashion Label: Promoting the use of reclaimed fabrics

Amanda Putnam

History

College of Liberal & Creative Arts

Claiming Democracy

Lindsey Hanson

Museum Studies

College of Liberal & Creative Arts

Worn Stories

Students will present during the designated time frames; however, they may not present in the order posted. Students and any interested audience members should plan to attend the full hour for their designated presentation timeframe.

ZOOM Link- Meeting ID: 815 0560 6731| Passcode: 830789

Student Name

Major

College

Title

Rosie Salayeva

Family & Consumer Sciences

College of Health & Social Sciences

Hysteria: A Garment Collection

Naia Riley Cook

Family & Consumer Sciences

College of Health & Social Sciences

Can short intervals of EMDR administered immediately after a meal in a residential eating disorder treatment program lead to reductions in food anxiety, improved nutritional status, and better recovery outcomes?

Annanya Bhaskar

Family & Consumer Sciences

College of Health & Social Sciences

Food Insecurity Among Graduate Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Sheila Bostic

Family & Consumer Sciences

College of Health & Social Sciences

Youth Spirit Artworks Tiny House Empowerment Village Artisan's Maker Workshop (YSA Thev Artisan's Maker Workshop)

Richard Fore

Family & Consumer Sciences

College of Health & Social Sciences

The Value of Sustainability in Fashion

Marissa Ng-Williams

Family & Consumer Sciences

College of Health & Social Sciences

How has COVID 19 impacted the mental and physical health of children of
student parents?

Stephanie Mohney

Family & Consumer Sciences

College of Health & Social Sciences

Empathy and Food Behavior and Attitudes

Students will present during the designated time frames; however, they may not present in the order posted. Students and any interested audience members should plan to attend the full hour for their designated presentation timeframe.

ZOOM Link - Meeting ID: 896 0677 4782| Passcode: 245845

Student Name

Major

College

Title

Maribel Amador Cabello

Gerontology

College of Health & Social Sciences

The Effects of Spirituality on Older Adult Hispanics

Victor Callejo-Brighton

Gerontology

College of Health & Social Sciences

An Informational Guide to Post-Stroke Care of Elderly Latinos

Emily Delgado

Gerontology

College of Health & Social Sciences

The Importance of Health Literacy in Older Adults

Krista Lotto

Gerontology

College of Health & Social Sciences

Health Literacy

Maryam Talakoob

Gerontology

College of Health & Social Sciences

Effective Communication Strategies To intervene in The Loneliness of Elders in Assisted Living Facilities

Ruiqing Tan

Gerontology

College of Health & Social Sciences

Intimacy and Sexuality in older adult

Sarah Chung

Gerontology

College of Health & Social Sciences

Effective Prevention for Substance Abuse Among Older Adults

LuciAna Curtis

Gerontology

College of Health & Social Sciences

A Handout of Recreational Therapy
Programs For Older Adults

Students will present during the designated time frames; however, they may not present in the order posted. Students and any interested audience members should plan to attend the full hour for their designated presentation timeframe.

ZOOM Link- Meeting ID: 815 9878 7514 | Passcode: 929049

Student Name

Major

College

Title

Hannah Choung

Gerontology

College of Health & Social Sciences

Development Of Informational Handbook for Older Adults to Navigate Long Term Care Options

Crystal Jacobs

Gerontology

College of Health & Social Sciences

The effects of Aphasia on Communication with older adults with dementia.

Abby Friedman

Education - Equity, Leadership Studies & Instructional Technologies (Special Interest)

Graduate College of Education

Institutional Responses to Stop-out Students at San Francisco State University

Darren Newell and Taylor Artunian

Engineering: Embedded Electrical & Computer Systems

College of Science & Engineering

Crowd Size Estimation Using Wi-Fi Eavesdropping Despite MAC Address Randomization

Yatrik Patel

Physics - Astronomy

College of Science & Engineering

Helium White Dwarfs and its Companions

Students will present during the designated time frames; however, they may not present in the order posted. Students and any interested audience members should plan to attend the full hour for their designated presentation timeframe.

ZOOM Link- Meeting ID: 841 4739 0017 | Passcode: 814672

Student Name

Major

College

Title

Kevin Daigle

Cell and Molecular Biology

College of Science & Engineering

Defining OSM-9’s Role in Sleep-Dependent Long-Term Memory in C. elegans.

Juhyun Cho

Cell and Molecular Biology

College of Science & Engineering

Development of a SynNotch-CAR T cell Clinical Vector for Glioblastoma Immunotherapy

Mehak “MJ” Jain

Interdisciplinary Marine and Estuarine Sciences

College of Science & Engineering

Can an Eelgrass Dominated Bay Ameliorate Coastal Acidification in an Urban Estuary?

Shea Grady

Interdisciplinary Marine and Estuarine Sciences

College of Science & Engineering

Determining the Link Between Organic Alkalinity and Acid-Buffering Potential in Shallow Estuarine Habitats

Carl Hendrickson

Interdisciplinary Marine and Estuarine Sciences

College of Science & Engineering

Understanding Factors Affecting Ecosystem Services in Living Shorelines Projects and Eelgrass Beds

Corryn Knapp

Interdisciplinary Marine and Estuarine Sciences

College of Science & Engineering

The Effect of Habitat Complexity and Grazing on Intertidal Communities: Implications for Eco-Engineering Seawalls

Stephen Randall

Interdisciplinary Marine and Estuarine Sciences

College of Science & Engineering

The Response of Phytoplankton and Nutrient Composition at Rio Vista, CA to an Upgrade of a Major Wastewater Treatment Plant

Students will present during the designated time frames; however, they may not present in the order posted. Students and any interested audience members should plan to attend the full hour for their designated presentation timeframe.

ZOOM Link- Meeting ID: 852 9122 5657| Passcode: 574765

Student Name

Major

College

Title

Olivia Parks

School Psychology

College of Science & Engineering

Understanding the Connection Between Depression and Suicidal Ideation in Students with Stressful Early Childhood Experiences

Zehna Gilliam

School Psychology

College of Science & Engineering

Family Systems and Ethnic Identity Development in African American Adolescent with Depression

Nicolette Smith

School Psychology

College of Science & Engineering

Racial Identity Development and Family Systems in Asian Youth with Depression

Kimberly Leo

School Psychology

College of Science & Engineering

The Role of Attachment and Family Systems on the Development of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Children

Nikole Moody

Mind, Brain, Behavior Psychology

College of Science & Engineering

Development and Initial Validation of an Experience Sampling Method of Interoceptive Attention

Jonathan Gonzalez

School Psychology

College of Science & Engineering

ADHD, Attachment, and Family Systems Theory

Norma Nunez

School Psychology

College of Science & Engineering

Latinx Values Implemented in Practice Increase Participation in School-based Services

Students will present during the designated time frames; however, they may not present in the order posted. Students and any interested audience members should plan to attend the full hour for their designated presentation timeframe.

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ATTENDEES

Tips for attending the 2022 Graduate Research and Creative Works Showcase:

Event schedule will be posted by early April in the Timeline of Events section above.

Attending Chat/Q&A is easy, just arrive before the scheduled session starts if possible. You will hear the presenter introduce themselves, briefly introduce their project ( 5 minutes max.), followed by a brief question-and-answer session. You may enter or leave a session in between presentations, but be polite, quiet, and discreet. Audience members should keep their speakers on mute at all times. Presenters will unmute you to accept questions.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

Q: WHO SHOULD I CONTACT IF I HAVE AN ADA ACCOMMODATION TO REQUEST?

If you require an ADA accommodation, please email DPRC for accommodations: dprc@sfsu.edu

Q: HOW SHOULD I PRESENT IF MY PROJECT IS A PERFORMANCE OR CREATIVE WORK?

If your project is a creative work (such as a musical piece, visual art, performance, etc.) you could have a recording of your musical performance for attendees to listen to or you will have the option to perform it live over Zoom. Presentations are limited to five minutes maximum. For performances exceeding five minutes, select an excerpt(s) to share to ensure you presentation meets the five-minute limit.

Q: DOES MY RESEARCH OR CREATIVE WORK PROJECT NEED TO BE COMPLETE IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE?

When outlining or discussing your project, simply explain how far your project has developed and what implications you've seen thus far. Your project should encompass the following:

  1. Motivation for your project
  2. Problem statement
  3. Your approach to the problem
  4. Results
  5. Implications of project findings

In approaching the "results" and "project implications" topic areas, you do not need to have completed project results to present at the Showcase.

Q: DOES MY PROJECT NEED TO BE APPROVED BY IRB?

Yes. In order to participate in the Research and Creative Works Showcase, your project must be approved or exempt by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs- Human and Animal Protection (HAP).

When research involves human or animal subjects, approval of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) or University Animal Care and Use Committee (UACUC) is required. Visit the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs - Human and Animal Protections website for more information.