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Symposium Ends, Students Awards Presented

May 3, 2011

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The 2011 Spring Connected Learning Symposium ended this past weekend after a packed week of presentations, poster displays, performances and the annual Fashion Show.

"It was a great success," said Professor Missy Van Hyfte, who coordinated the symposium. "This semester we had a very high level of participation and an even higher level of quality."

Symposium organizers also presented Connected Learning Awards this year to those students who were voted to have the most outstanding presentations. Winning awards were:

Most Outstanding Individual Presentation - Doreen Barksdale - Honors Component (Professor Ed Sieh)
Most Outstanding Group Presentation - HS 427 - Systems and Organizational Change - Senior Capstone and Internships - Spencer Blaisdell, Shantell Jeter, Elizabeth Jodka, Kate Licari, Lydia Mojkowski, and Aaron Paniccia (Professors Marsha Mirkin and Sarahbeth Golden)
Most Outstanding Individual Presenter within a Group - Emily Hague -ENG 201- "Fiction to Fashion" (Professor Jena Gerstel)
Most Outstanding Poster Presentation - Psyc 241 - "Love Your Body" - Jessica Ahern, Meghan Buckley, Bailey Carr, Amanda Cook, Jason Gelb, Melissa Gentile, Katelyn Gormley, Carolann Mach, Jaqueline Martini, Justine Melanson, Caitlyn Pare, Tatiana Rodonsky, Sasha Trottier, and Group Leaders -Kim Austin, Maggie Cann, and Jules LeBlanc (Professor LeLaina Romero)


More information on the symposium and Connected Learning is available.

 

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