Graduate students showcase capstone research March 12
Mar 12, 2014
Students enrolled in the Masters of Leadership Studies Capstone course (MLD 697) will showcase their research with presentations of their capstone projects and papers March 12.
The campus community is invited to hear some or all of the presentations at this free event from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, in the Fireside Lounge at the Harold and Eva White Activities Center.
Presenters and their projects include:
Ali Algahtani: Managers vs. Leaders
Tim Bolognani: Virtual Work and Work-Life Balance
Erin Brown: Influence of African American Culture on Dance
Alexander Cameron: Motivating College Baseball Players in Practice: The Kohler Effect
Sean Denard: The Cultivation Opportunity: Self-Awareness Program for College Students
Lou Groce: Social Marketing
Patrick Maloney: College Students and Cognition
Sheldon Naylor: Finances and Professional Athletes-Financial Education and Trust Funds
Chuck Oloffson: Should Scholarship Athletes Get Paid?
Raul Santiago: U.S. Dollar as the World's Reserve Currency
Andrew Sauer: Increasing the Number of Underprivileged Youth in Baseball
Hazel Teichen: Freedom Fit-Tailor-Made Clothing for Wounded Veterans
Tierra Thompson: College Students and Ethical Decision Making
Jeremy Vital: Effects of Colleges on Small Towns