Presentations and Publications

Conference Presentations and Publications by Faculty and Student Researchers 2014
 

National Association of African American Studies &Affiliates (NAAS) Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, February 14-16, 2014
Workshop Title:  The iPad as an Instructional Tool:  An Examination of Jackson State University Faculty Implementation.
Student Presenters:
Naomi Drake, Senior, Elementary and Early Childhood Education 
Walter Tabb, Junior, Elementary and Early Childhood Education 
Lawanda Fletcher, Senior, Elementary and Early Childhood Education 
Whitney Smith, Junior, Elementary and Early Childhood Education 
Shirley Sutton, Junior, Elementary and Early Childhood Education 
Faculty Researcher:  Dr. Kathy Bryant, Assistant Professor, College of Education and Human 
Development

National Association of African American Studies &Affiliates (NAAS) Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, February 14-16, 2014
Workshop Title: “Effective Teaching Modes of the iGeneration at an HBCU: A Comparative Analysis”
Student Presenters:
Schletha Brooks, Senior, Elementary and Early Childhood Education 
Elizabeth Donnelly, Junior, Elementary and Early Childhood Education 
Faculty Researcher:  Dr. Evornia Kincaid, Assistant Professor, College of Education and Human Development

National Association of African American Studies & Affiliates (NAAS) Conference, Baton Rouge, LA, February 14-16, 2014
Workshop Title:  An Exploration of School Dropout from a Global Context
Student Presenters:
Michelle Brown, Junior, History
Toni McCaulley, Junior, Biology
Nakoreya Roberson, Junior, Political Science
Shavon Marvory, Junior, Biology
Cedric Cole, Junior, History
Faculty Researcher:  Dr. Ronica Arnold-Branson, Associate Professor, College of Education and Human Development

National Conference on Undergraduate Research @ University of Kentucky 2014, April 3-5, 2014
Workshop Title:   Emergency Management Mobile App Development in MIT App Inventor 
Student Presenter:
Dameisha Wilson, Senior, Technology 
 Faculty Researcher:    Dr. Hui Ru Shih, Professor, College of Science, Engineering and Technology

National Council on Undergraduate Research, Posters on the Hill, Washington, D.C.  April 28-29, 2014
Poster Topic:  Characteristics of traditional and non-traditional students that influence their preference for online classes
Student Presenters:
Candace Chambers, Junior, English Education 
Tasha Thigpen, Sophomore, English 
Deabra Gray, Junior, Mass Communications 
Darnishia Spraggins, Junior, English 
Crystal Killingsworth, Senior, Mass Communications 
 Faculty Researcher:  Dr. Candis Pizzetta, Associate Professor, College of Liberal Arts

Publication:  The Journal: Publications of the Mississippi Philological Association: POMPA 2013
“Service Learning in the Classroom:  Undergraduates Research Successfully Integrating Service Learning to College English Classroom”
Student Researchers:  Nubia Johnson, Tesia Nagorka, Danny Johnson, Deanna Word, and Mekael Carpenter (all students have graduated from JSU)
Faculty Researcher:  Dr. Preselfannie McDaniels, Associate Professor, College of Liberal Arts