EMERGING SCHOLARS: A CELEBRATION of G ra d uate R e s earc h
Friday, April 19 路 5 p.m. Ferguson Gallery 路 Loyola/Notre Dame Library
Emerging Scholars: A Celebration of Graduate Research: April 19, 2013
Welcome to the fourth annual Emerging Scholars: A Celebration of Graduate Research, honoring the scholarly work of Loyolaâ€™s graduate student community.
Schedule of Events
Welcome Amanda Thomas, Ph.D. Associate Vice President for Graduate Studies Presentation of Medals for Excellence of Performance Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D. Vice President for Academic Affairs The Reverend Brian F. Linnane, S.J., Ph.D. President The Reverend John E. Wise, S.J., Medal Distinguished Achievement in Education Dr. Barry K. Estadt Medal Excellence in Pastoral Counseling The Graduate Medal for Achievement Excellence in Psychology Dr. Bernard A. Saltysiak Medal Clinical Excellence in Speech-Language Pathology Reception: Ferguson Gallery ~ 5:30 p.m. â€“ 7 p.m. Graduate Research Poster Session: Ferguson Gallery ~ 5:30 p.m. Oral Presentations, Theology: Level One Seminar Room ~ 6 p.m. Oral Presentations, Liberal Studies: Instruction Lab B ~ 6 p.m.
Graduate Student Award Recipients
The Reverend John E. Wise, S.J., Medal Distinguished Achievement in Education
The Reverend John E. Wise Medal is given each year by the faculty of Loyola University Maryland’s School of Education to one graduating student “who has demonstrated excellence in scholarship and outstanding service to Loyola University Maryland and the community as exemplified by Rev. John E. Wise, S.J.” Fr. Wise, truly the father of today’s vast graduate education programs at Loyola, was first of all a reflective and prayerful priest committed to social responsibility and justice, a scholar who wrote two textbooks and provocative journal articles, a talented and caring teacher, and a dedicated community servant.
The Reverend John E. Wise, S.J., Medal recipient: Margaret Angela Prentice
Dr. Barry K. Estadt Medal Excellence in Pastoral Counseling Barry Estadt, Ph.D., is the visionary who founded Loyola’s pastoral counseling department in 1975. The award honors his student-centered focus by recognizing a graduate student in pastoral counseling who demonstrates excellent achievement in academic, clinical, and research areas while exhibiting a pastoral presence.
Dr. Barry K. Estadt Medal recipient: Cheryl Yvonne Fisher
Graduate Student Award Recipients
The Graduate Medal for Achievement Excellence in Psychology
This award recognizes achievement excellence in one or more areas relevant to the study and practice of psychology, including clinical or counseling practice, research and scholarship, and professional or community service. The purpose of the award is to honor outstanding achievement by a graduating student in one of the departmentâ€™s graduate degree programs. Students enrolled in the masterâ€™s program in clinical psychology, masterâ€™s program in counseling psychology, and doctoral program in clinical psychology are eligible to receive the award in their commencement year.
The Graduate Medal for Achievement Excellence in Psychology recipient: Capt. Rich Alan Blake, U.S. Army
Dr. Bernard A. Saltysiak Medal Clinical Excellence in Speech-Language Pathology Upon her retirement, the late Elaine Saltysiak, a beloved former faculty member of the speech-language pathology/audiology department, created both a scholarship and an award medal to be bestowed in honor of her husband, Bernard A. Saltysiak, O.D. The award medal is given each year to a graduate student in speech-language pathology who demonstrates exceptional clinical skills across both years of practica.
Dr. Bernard A. Saltysiak Medal recipient: Anne Bean Spinelli
Author Name Co-authors / Faculty Advisor Department Ebony Allen Afra A. Hersi, Ph.D. Education Specialties Edward Alsedek Brian Murray, Ph.D. Liberal Studies Katarina Ament Rebecca Buhlman Shannon Erklin Stewart Mostofsky Ericka Wodka Psychology Elizabeth Bailey Sharon Green-Hennessy, Ph.D. Psychology Paul Cohen Christopher I. Higginson, Ph.D. Psychology Paul Cohen Jason Prenoveau, Ph.D. Heather Z. Lyons, Ph.D. Theresa DiDonato, Ph.D. Psychology Rebecca Dean Jeffrey M. Lating, Ph.D. Psychology Valerie S. Faure Alison A. Papadakis, Ph.D. Beth A. Kotchick, Ph.D. Rachel L. Grover, Ph.D. Psychology Hillary Frank Peter L. Rennert-Ariev, Ph.D. Education Specialties
"I want to write a lot, but I can't": Strategies for supporting 5th grade demand writing in science Hunter S. Thompson and the New Journalism (Oral Presentation) Relations Between Motor, Social, and Sensory Functioning in Children with ADHD and ASD
An Evaluation of Predictors of HelpSeeking for Self and Others in a College Student Population Memory for Faces in Essential Tremor Variables that Moderate the Success or Failure of Humor Use in Psychotherapy
Peer Support for Solo Practicing Psychologists: The Prevalence and Impact on Resiliency and Compassion Fatigue Nonsuicidal Self-Injury in Early Adolescents: Implications for the Dual Experience of Overt and Relational Victimization and Aggression The Effects of Media Literacy Activities on Student Engagement in Non-Fiction Texts
Author Name Co-authors / Faculty Advisor Department Julia Guerin Theresa DiDonato, Ph.D. Psychology Justin Hagerman James J. Buckley, Ph.D. Theology JoAnn Harvan-Chin Thomas E. Rodgerson, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling Jacqueline Hewitt Jennifer Anderson Lena Caesar, Ed.D., Ph.D. Marie R. Kerins, Ed.D. Speech-Language Pathology Benjamin Horgan James J. Buckley, Ph.D. Theology Patricia Kennedy, RSM Jill L. Snodgrass, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling Sarena Loya Jeffrey Barnett, Psy.D., ABPP Carolyn M. Barry, Ph.D. Rachel L. Grover, Ph.D. Psychology Maria Belen Martinez Matthew W. Kirkhart, Ph.D. Psychology Christine Miller Afra A. Hersi, Ph.D. Teacher Education Gabrielle Miller Janet Preis, Ed.D. Speech-Language Pathology
Research Title Relations among Daughters’ Eating Attitudes and Behaviors, Perceptions of Parents’ Eating Attitudes and Behaviors, and Direct Encouragement to Diet David Kelsey’s Eccentric Existence: Scriptural Exegesis in a Systematically Unsystematic Theology (Oral Presentation) The Intersubjectivity of Resistance in Spiritual Direction Language and Literacy Characteristics of Children with a Family History of Incarceration Salvation Narratives: Alcoholics Anonymous, Storytelling, and the Logic of Gift Exchange (Oral Presentation) Self-Care for the Professional Staff in a Hospice Setting Campus Sexual Assault: A Victim’s Guide to Becoming a Survivor
Attitude towards Counseling, Distress, Self-Concealment, Perceived Social Support, Acculturation, and HelpSeeking Behavior among Ethnic Minority College Students Moving Toward a Growth Mindset: Guiding Students to Reflect on Meaning of Success Effects of Frequency of Oral Hygiene on the Incidence of Aspiration in Individuals with Dysphagia
Author Name Co-authors / Faculty Advisor Department Konrad Noronha, S.J. Joseph Stewart-Sicking, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling Rodney Parker Christine C. Berger, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling Leah Pedder Stacy A. Williams Education Specialties Tyler Petrini Brian Murray, Ph.D. Liberal Studies Mark Pierson Katie Nugent, Ph.D. Jaimie Toroney Ashley Fenton Amy Lee Mansi Mehta William Eaton, Ph.D. Jason Prenoveau, Ph.D. Psychology Philip Porter James J. Buckley, Ph.D. Theology Bethany Preston Rachel L. Grover, Ph.D. Psychology Caroline Pronai Sharon Green-Hennessy, Ph.D. Psychology Nolan Roe Liberal Studies Andrew Roth-Heinlein Beth A. Kotchick, Ph.D. Psychology
Research Title "Finding God in All Things:" Older Jesuits and their God Image Spirituality and Academic Achievement of Black Male Students: A Grounded Theory Analysis Critical Reading Instruction and its Impact on Success in the Science Classroom Something Shocking: The Exorcist Monitoring recovery: A relation between symptoms, stigma, and maladaptive functioning for people recovering from psychotic disorders
Twitterpated: The Shallowing of American Religious Thought (Oral Presentation) Extending Our Knowledge of Heterosocial Competence to Risky Sexual Behavior in Late Adolescence Utilization of Mental Health Services, Barriers to Treatment, and Psychological Distress within Law Enforcement George Gilder's Naked Nomads (Oral Presentation) The Association between Perceived Discrimination, Self-Esteem, and Externalizing Problems: An Examination of Racial Identity as a Protective Factor and Trait Anger as a Risk Factor
Author Name Co-authors / Faculty Advisor Department Catherine Ruscitti Jeffrey Barnett, Psy.D., ABPP Alison A. Papadakis, Ph.D. Theresa DiDonato, Ph.D. Psychology Heidi Schreiber-Pan Kari A. O'Grady, Ph.D. Deborah G. Rollison, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling Matthew Shannon Melanie Palomares, Ph.D. Carolyn M. Barry, Ph.D. Psychology Tiphanie Sutton Martin F. Sherman, Ph.D. Psychology Marion Toscano Elizabeth A. Maynard, Ph.D. Pastoral Counseling Camille Pedraja Vรกzquez Robert W. Simmons III, Ed.D. Teacher Education Brandi Whitecotton Afra A. Hersi, Ph.D. Teacher Education Meredith Yakscoe-Markle Stephanie A. Flores-Koulish, Ph.D. Teacher Education
Research Title Creating a Handbook for Individuals in Recovery from Anorexia Nervosa
Finding Hope in Haiti: A Phenomenological Exploration of Meaning-making and Identity after the Earthquake Static & Dynamic Global Integration in Typically Developing Children & in Williams Syndrome Supporting and Sustaining Educators in Baltimore City Public Schools: An Evaluation of the New Teacher Induction Program Understanding the Link: Homosexuality, Gender Identity and the DSM Use of Graphic Organizers in the Classroom The Influence of Small Group Guided Reading Instruction on the Reading Development of African American Students in a Second Grade Class The Effects of Reading Instruction on Below Grade Level Readers During Mathematical Problem-Solving
Be sure to visit the Emerging Scholars website in May: www.loyola.edu/emergingscholars
View the posters from todayâ€™s presentation online, and listen to comments from some of the presenters about their research. We hope to see you next year!
Emerging Scholars: A Celebration of Graduate Research is sponsored by the office of graduate studies and Graduate Student Services. Special thanks also to Debbie Dengler, Maureen Faux, the Loyola/Notre Dame Library, and the Emerging Scholars Committee for its support of this event: Stephanie Flores-Koulish, Ph.D. Steve Fowl, Ph.D. Gina Magyar-Russell, Ph.D. Janet Preis, Ed.D. Jason Prenoveau, Ph.D. Martin Sherman, Ph.D.
Published on May 19, 2013
Published on May 19, 2013
Program for Loyola University Maryland Emerging Scholars Celebration of Graduate Research 2013