Research Conference 2008

Conference Program
Saturday Sessions

Time Description Location
7:45 am - 8:45 am Breakfast Concourse Ballroom AB, 2nd Floor
8:00 am - 10:00 am Conference Registration Concourse Ballroom Foyer, 2nd Floor
9:00 am - 10:15 am Panels - Session 1  
  PANEL 1. Accessibility and Health  
  PANEL 2. DNA of Program Development and Design  
  PANEL 3. Education and Youth Issues  
  PANEL 4. Engaged Scholarship Across the Disciplines  
10:15 am - 10:45 am Refreshment Break Second Level Foyer
10:45 am - 11:45 pm Roundtables  
11:45 am - 12:30 pm Lunch and Poster Sessions Concourse Ballroom AB and Second Level Foyer
12:30 pm- 1:30 pm Poster Sessions Location: Second Level Foyer
1:45 pm - 2:45 pm Panels - Session 2  
  PANEL 5. Program Development  
  PANEL 6. Media Applications  
  PANEL 7. Global Perspectives  
  PANEL 8. Program Development: Student Learning  
2:45 pm Conference Ends  

Panels - Session 1

9:00 am - 10:15 am

PANEL 1. Accessibility and Health
Room: Logan

Moderated by Hamid Khani, San Francisco State University

  • Technology Transfer: Advancing Wheelchair Design in Low Income Countries
    • Marc Krizack, San Francisco State University
  • Community Based Participatory Research on Advance Directive and Breast Cancer
    • Evaon Wong-Kim, CSU East Bay
  • Changing Attitudes on People with Disabilities
    • Lynne Slivovsky, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
    • Kevin Taylor, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
    • Brian P. Self, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo

PANEL 2. DNA of Program Development and Design
Room: Laguardia

Moderated by Gabriele Kohpahl, CSU Northridge.

  • The ENV in China program
    • Gwen Urey, Cal Poly Pomona
    • Irma Ramirez, Cal Poly Pomona
  • Faculty Persistence in Service-Learning
    • Sandra Posey, Irma Ramirez, Kris Day, Estella Ballon, Jawarhalal Mariappan, Jon Phillips, and Laura Preiser (all presenters from Cal Poly, Pomona)
  • Tijuana Settlements: Architectural tactics in the making of community and the shaping of cities
    • Irma Ramirez, Cal Poly Pomona

PANEL 3. Education and Youth Issues
Room: Kennedy

Moderated by Elena Klaw, San José State University

  • Ways to Enhance Achievement and Resiliency in Education (WE ARE) Peace and Non-Violence Training for 9th Grade Students
    • Richard Gordon, CSU Dominguez Hills
    • Allan Tuazan, Los Angeles Unified Schools
    • Marisela Salazar, Los Angeles Unified Schools
  • Racism, Homophobia, and Classism: Turning Negative Words into a Positive Partnership
    • Greg Knotts, CSU Northridge
  • Gangs, drugs, tagging and dating violence: university student mentors engaging disadvantaged Latino youth
    • Teresa Madden, CSU Northridge
    • Angela Cleveland, CSU Northridge
    • Brenda Morales, CSU Northridge

PANEL 4. Engaged Scholarship Across the Disciplines
Room: Midway

Moderated by Teresa Vasquez, CSU Northridge

  • Disaster preparedness among low-income elderly and disabled consumers, and providers of San Francisco In-home supportive services
    • Anoshua Chaudhuri, San Francisco State University
    • Rashmi Gupta, San Francisco State University
  • Researching Wage Parity Among Non-Profit and Public Sector Health and Human Service Providers
    • Richard Harvey, San Francisco State University
  • Aiding the Recovery of Vietnamese Americans in Biloxi and New Orleans: A Service Learning Trip
    • Mai-Nhung Le, San Francisco State University

10:45 am - 11:45 am

Room: Logan

  • Preventing Intimate Violence through Student Involvement
    • Elena L. Klaw, San Josť State University
    • Serena Borja, San Josť State University
    • Angela Hickenbottom, San Josť State University
  • Working to Learn & Learning to Work: A Profile of Service Learning Courses in University Public Relations
    • Dennis Gaschen, CSU Fullerton
    • Diane F. Witmer, CSU Fullerton
    • Deborah S. Silverman, Buffalo State College
  • The Poetry Project: Service Learning in Children's Literature
    • Claudia Reder, CSU Channel Islands
  • Supporting adult ESL learners as agents of change
    • Maricel Santos, San Francisco State University
    • Gail Weinstein, San Francisco State University

Room: Laguardia

  • Putting the Community Back Into Community Service Work: Improving Interethnic Relationships and Reducing Ethnocentric Ideology
    • August Hoffman, CSU Northridge
    • Julie Wallach, CSU Northridge
    • Eduardo Sanchez, CSU Northridge
    • Herkie Williams, El Camino College
  • The Missing Link: Incorporating Community-Based Learning into Spanish Courses
    • Karen Christian, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
  • Partners in Read-Aloud: Cross-Age Civic Engagement
    • Leena Furtado, CSU Dominguez Hills

Room: Midway

  • Engineering Service Learning – Building local and international partnership
    • Mariappan Jawaharlal, Cal Poly, Pomona
    • Cesar Larriva, Cal Poly, Pomona
    • Jill Nemiro, Cal Poly Pomona
  • Media Mentors – A Model for Engaging Diverse Scholastic Journalists
    • Linda Bowen, CSU Northridge

Room: Kennedy

  • Implementing school-univerisity partnerships: A case study of a service learning project aimed at making a difference for English Learners in elementary schools
    • Bob Bleicher, CSU Channel Islands
    • Merilyn Buchanan, CSU Channel Islannds
    • Manuel Correia, CSU Channel Islands
  • Giving Voice to Disenfranchised Communities through Service Learning
    • Sally Tannenbaum, CSU Fresno
  • Educating Socially Responsible Engineers and Scientists
    • Sema Alptekin, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
    • Clare Battista, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
    • Kathy Chen, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo

Poster Sessions
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Second Level Foyer

  • Students in Free Enterprise: Students as Marketing Consultants to Community Entrepreneurs, Non-Profits, and Small Businesses
    • Kirti Celly, CSU Dominguez Hills
  • Use of the Training Ship Golden Bear for Service Learning
    • Paul Jackson, CSU Maritime Academy
    • Dan Weinstock, CSU Maritime Academy
  • The Power of Immigrant Stories: Focus on Family, Health, and Community
    • Gail Weinstein, San Francisco State University
    • Maricel Santos, English, San Francisco State University
  • The Importance of Agencies Serving Immigrant Populations: Understanding a Dual Perspective
    • Wandarah Anderson, CSU Sacramento
    • Joe Anderson, CSU Sacramento
  • No African American Male Left Behind
    • John Hamilton, CSU Long Beach
  • Undergraduates as Home Visitors: Using the Parent-Child Home Program as a Mechanism for Learning about Early Intervention
    • Jennifer Henk, CSU Stanislaus
  • Local and Global Community Based Research and Teaching in an Anthropology Curriculum
    • Janine Gasco, CSU Dominguez Hills
    • Susan Needham, CSU Dominguez Hills
    • Jerry Moore, CSU Dominguez Hills
    • Ana Pitchon, CSU Dominguez Hills
  • Service Learning in Management Education: A Look at How We are Doing
    • Charlotte D. Sutton, Auburn University
    • Dr. Diana Reed, Drake University
    • Veena Prabhu, CSU Los Angeles
  • Community Research and Digital Storytelling
    • Vivian Price, CSU Dominguez Hills
  • Partners in Read-Aloud: Cross-Age Civic Engagement
    • Leena Furtado, CSU Dominguez Hills

Panels - Session 2
1:45 pm - 2:45 pm

PANEL 5. Program Development

Room: Logan

Moderated by Sally Tannenbaum, CSU Fresno

  • Service Learning in an Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Program: merging content, pedagogy, and civic engagement during the first year university experience
    • Hend Gilli-Elewy, Cal Poly, Pomona
    • Dennis Quinn, Cal Poly, Pomona
  • Student Scholars: Leadership, Initiative, & Service
    • Merri G. Whitelock, CSU Northridge
    • Service-Learning Student Scholars, CSU Northridge

PANEL 6. Media Applications
Room: Laguardia

Moderated by Gerald Eisman, San Francisco State University

  • Cross cultural communication and digital storytelling
    • Hamid Khani, San Francisco State University
    • Gail Weinstein, San Francisco State University
    • Lauren Dunn, San Francisco State University
  • Community Based Participatory Action Research: Multimedia Reaching the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community
    • Bryan Berrett, CSU Fresno
    • Kaitlin Rickerd, CSU Fresno
    • Erin Uribe, CSU Fresno

PANEL 7. Global Perspectives
Room: Midway

Moderated by Kathy Brzovic, CSU Fullerton

  • Mirror for Swazi Child: The Relation of Traditional Education to Modern Life
    • Thien huong Hoang, Cal Poly, Pomona
  • Community Service Learning and Next Generation Study Abroad Programs: Costa Rica, Kenya, Vietnam and Cambodia
    • Michael Ault, CSU Bakersfield
    • Aaron Hegde, CSU Bakersfield
    • Karen Stocker , CSU Bakersfield

PANEL 8. Program Development: Student Learning
Room: Kennedy

Moderated by Elle Vandermark, San Diego State University

  • Service-Learning and Pre-service Teachers’ Competencies in Early Care and Education
    • Shu-Chen Jenny Yen, CSU Fullerton
    • Rochelle Franke, CSU Fullerton
  • High School, Feminists, and Social Change: Mentoring Young Women Negotiating Diverse Cultures and Coming of Age
    • Susan E. Cayleff, San Diego State University
    • Lisa Covington, San Diego State University

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