2015 Faculty Symposium Presentations
The Faculty Symposium, sponsored by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, provides a forum where Reynolds faculty share their original research and innovations in pedagogy with colleagues.
Since its inception, faculty from across the disciplines have embraced the chance to speak about the projects they have designed and the research they have carried out.
Ghazala Hashmi, “British Colonial Rule and the Social and Economic Impacts on the Nautch Girls of India”
Tyler Johnson, “Immigrant Volunteer Veterans of the U.S.-Mexican War”
Wendy Gray, “Writing From Memory”
Karen Pallay & Charlie Peterson, “Driving Change: Reynolds Learning Communities”
Eric Hibbison, “Reynolds Reflectors: An Interim Report”
Stephen Sowulewski, “Perceptions of Weight Loss in Male Bariatric Patients”
Rachel I. Simpson, "Condom use Self-Efficacy in the Pregnant Adolescent Population"
Jane Rosecrans, “Preaching from the Battlefield: The Sermons of Civil War Chaplains”
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