Poster Sessions: 2022 Teaching and Learning Symposium

Poster Session A (1:00-1:45 p.m.)

Breakout Room Title Authors
1 A Key Ingredient for Engagement in PE: Expectancy Motivation Jeong Dae (JD) Lee (Assistant Teaching Professor, Health and Exercise Studies)
3 Content Mastery or Personal Connections? A Snapshot of Student and Instructor Perspectives on Class Assignments Tamara Pandolfo (Assistant Teaching Professor, Forestry and Environmental Resources)
5 Effectiveness of different reflection approaches for improving mastery in an engineering laboratory course Amy Adkins (Assistant Teaching Professor, Biomedical Engineering); David P. O’Neill (Associate Professor of Instruction, Biomedical Engineering Department at Northwestern University); Casey J. Ankeny (Associate Professor of Instruction, Biomedical Engineering Department at Northwestern University)
7 Finding the Beauty in Viruses and Assessment Stefanie Chen (Assistant Teaching Professor, Biological Sciences)
9 High Five: A Grand Opportunity to Map Competencies Across Engineering Grand Challenges Scholars Program Olgha Qaqish (Assistant Director, Grand Challenges Scholars Program, College of Engineering)
11 Increasing Awareness of Diverse Voices in Chemistry Ana Ison (Associate Teaching Professor, Chemistry)
13 Mindset Matters: How Peers’ Growth Mindset can be used to Improve Student Academic Self-Efficacy Melissa Srougi (Associate Teaching Professor, Molecular Biomedical Sciences); Jake T. Dums (Postdoctoral Fellow, Biotechnology Program); Melinda Gibbs (Instructor of Biology, Wake Technical Community College); Rachael K. Walsh (Assistant Professor of Biology, Wake Technical Community College)
15 Environmental Justice in Natural Resources Conservation Lara Pacifici (Associate Teaching Professor, Forestry and Environmental Resources)
17 iWolfpack Readers Program: Elementary School Teachers’ Enactment of Content-Integrated Literacy Instruction in a Virtual Tutoring Program during COVID-19 Jackie Eunjung Relyea (Assistant Professor, Teacher Education and Learning Sciences); Sarah Dempsey Dawson (Graduate Student, College of Education); Corrie Dobis (Graduate Student, College of Education); Dennis Davis (Associate Professor, College of Education)
19 Self-Grading in an ESL Course: a Case Study Mary Estrada (Lecturer, Foreign Languages and Literatures)
21 Utilizing the Peer Review Process to Engage Distance Learners Carrol Warren (Assistant Teaching Professor, Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development); Michelle Bartlett (Associate Teaching Professor, Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development)
23 Writing to Discover Racism: Journaling as a Tool to Explore Teaching Practices in Mathematics Robin Anderson (Assistant Professor, STEM Education)
25 Using Analog Skills to Improve Digital Skills: Journaling in a Textile Digital Design Course Traci Lamar (Professor, Textile and Apparel, Technology and Management)
27 An unexpected journey to ungraded territory: How a “course map” provided a path to alternative assessment in an upper-level undergraduate geology course Lisa Falk (Assistant Teaching Professor, Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences)
29 Students’ Self-Perception of Leadership Competency Growth Upon Completion of Leadership Course Alyssa Degreenia (Lecturer, Agricultural Institute)
30 Detecting Plagiarism in Online Exams Ed Gehringer (Professor, Computer Science)
31 Undergraduate Biology Student Perceptions of Classroom Wellness Interventions McKenzie Nalley Jevnikar (Doctoral Student, Department of STEM Education); Colette Pappas (Undergraduate Student, Department of Biological Sciences); Lisa Paciulli (Lecturer, Department of Biological Sciences)

 

Poster Session B (1:45-2:30 p.m.)

Breakout Room Title Authors
2 Can Blending a Digital Experience with a Tactile Tool Enhance the Comprehension of Computer Aided Design in a Textile Education Course? Janie Woodbridge (Assistant Professor, Textile and Apparel, Technology and Management)
4 Ditching the Textbook: The Evolution of a Large Enrollment, General Education Course Megan Lupek (Assistant Teaching Professor, Forestry and Environmental Resources)
6 Evaluation of the NC State Extension Summer Internship Program Joseph Donaldson (Assistant Professor, Agricultural and Human Sciences)
8 Studying Cultural Competency at NC State University: Developing Assessment Tools for Global Learning for All Initiatives Becky Cibulskis (Program Coordinator, Global Training Initiative); Heidi Hobbs (Director of Faculty Engagement, Office of Global Engagement and Associate Professor, School of Public and International Affairs)
10 Immersive Clinical Lactation Videos Improve Student Self-Efficacy Nicola Singletary (Assistant Teaching Professor, Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences); April Fogleman (Associate Professor Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences); Ellen Chetwynd (Contract Research Scientist); Dan Spencer (Research Scholar, DELTA); Rebecca Sanchez (Lead Instructional Designer, DELTA)
12 Leading the Pack: Utilizing Case Studies to Teach Leadership Theories in Sport Management Kimberly Bush (Associate Teaching Professor, Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management); Martha Brown (Lecturer/Internship Coordinator, Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management); Avery Chunn (Undergraduate Student, Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management); Betsey Hubbard (Graduate Student (M.S.), Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management)
14 Structuring for Success: Leveraging Moodle Lesson Activities for Asynchronous Instruction Jordan Lukins (Assistant Teaching Professor, Teacher Education and Learning Sciences)
16 Student Self-Reflection in Scaffolded Undergraduate Thermodynamics Course Nancy Moore (Assistant Teaching Professor, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering)
18 Teaching Sensitive Topics in Classroom and Online Formats Macy Kalb (Lecturer, Health and Exercise Studies); Renee Harrington (Lecturer, Health and Exercise Studies)
20 Integrating Universal Design with Textile Design Education Kate Nartker (Assistant Professor, Textile and Apparel, Technology and Management); Traci Lamar (Professor, Textile and Apparel, Technology and Management); Colby Hopper (Graduate Student, Textile Technology and Management)
22 What Can We Do About Peer Review? Lessons Learned from Adding an Accountability Checklist to Graduate Students’ Collaborative Writing Assignments Sarah Egan Warren (Assistant Professor, Institute for Advanced Analytics); Brooke Belcher (Graduate Teaching Assistant, Institute for Advanced Analytics); Priyadarshani Kulkarni (Graduate Teaching Assistant, Institute for Advanced Analytics)
24 A “sustainable future for all”: Promoting university students’ critical thinking in the frame of global citizenship education Amanda Franco (Visiting Fulbright Scholar, Interdisciplinary Studies)
26 Increasing DEI in Curriculum With Native American Teachings Eli Typhina (Lecturer, Forestry and Environmental Resources)
28 Inclusive Teachers for 21st Century: From Challenges to Advantages of Faculty Development Natalia Timus (Visiting Fulbright-Schuman Scholar, Office for Faculty Excellence)