Virtual GALILEO-W Conference 2020 Questions Submission Form April 17th - May 1st 2020
Submit questions to our presenters! Questions will be answered during 3 separate mini live virtual discussions live, on May 2nd!
Presenters will answer your questions, as well as discuss, with their co-presenters, how they may answer those questions across the disciplines and how we could work together towards solutions.
Below, please select the poster, workshop, panel, or community change-maker you would like to ask a question to. You can submit as many questions as you want! No limit.
*Anyone who submits a question will automatically be entered into our raffle to win prizes, that we will mail.
Winners will be notified via email, at that time we will ask for your address.
Collaboration Among Change-makers: April 17th - May 1st 2020
Poster Presentation Videos
Shamaa Vora “A Comparative Policy Analysis of the United Kingdom and India Regarding the Reuse of Medical Devices.”
Erica Hartmann "Outcomes of Neuropace RNS vs Surgery Among Patients with Epilepsy in Eloquent Foci"
Marissa Conley “Evaluation of School Wellness Policies for Accordance with the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010 and Obesity Prevention”
Maura Franey "A Comparative Program Analysis of Male Bystander Intervention Programs on College Campuses"
Zachary Minken “What will you do to help elementary students who struggle in the engineering design process? Analysis of teachers’ reflections (Fundamental)”
Zachary Minken “Developing teachers’ intentions of incorporating socioscientific issues in lesson design”
Eli Feathers “The Effect of Peer Mentoring on Certified Peer Specialists’ Own Recovery: A Health Belief Model Approach.”
Cassidy Prewitt Hospital Characteristics and Hospital Acquired Infections in the United States
A-Mac Harris “Associations Between Delivery Location with Early Breastfeeding Initiation and Support in Three West African Countries”
Erin Kenny “Comparisons of Maryland County green space to responses about depression and physical activity on the 2016 Youth Risk Behavior Survey”
Erin Kenny “Impact of cognitive distraction on Six-Minute Walk Test and gait mechanics in a patient with functional movement disorder: A case report.”
Fallon O'Hara “Perceptions of Rape and Sexual Assault Held by College Faculty, and Staff at a Private University”
Kate Timony “Say What You Mean to Say”: Unpacking the Complexities of Communication Between Patients and Their Providers”
Sam Krug “The Science of Leadership: Competencies Beyond Scholastic Knowledge Through the Lens of a Scientists”.
Dr. Kimberly Dean, Assistant Professor/Chair School of Education, Simon Mohr Coordinator, REAL Certificate Program with Master of Education students “Inclusion and Support of Neurodiversity”
Stephanie Leather “Are graduate students entitled to a professional quality of life?”
Nicole Nahmod and Alexander Cristofor “Tackling Opioid Addiction across Disciplines: Current and Future Solutions”
May Their Aye “Exploring your Metaphor: Kintsugi”.
Monica Day, with Haley Castle-Miller with Alex Otieno, Assistant Professor Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice "Using human rights to promote health and wellbeing: opportunities and challenges"
Ellen Skilton, Jennifer Gray, Francine Vollman, and Rachel Black “Don't Stay in Your Lane: Meeting the Needs of Multilingual Learners Requires Collaboration.”
Michelle R Odelberg “Fighting Invisible Battles: The Ripple Effect of Mental Illness, Substance Abuse, and Familial Relationships”
Student Panel "Our Most Pressing Challenges," Moderator Dean Rebecca Craik
"Professional/Alumni Panel ""The Surprising Places to Find Partnerships"" Moderator Dean Rebecca Kohn
Community Leaders Questions
ACLM (American College of Lifestyle Medicine)
Department of Behavioral Health & Intellectual disability Services
East African Center For The Empowerment of Women and Children
Arcadia University Public Health Society
The Office of Social Innovation and Impact;
Graduate Admissions Office
The Office for Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Prevention & Education
Counseling Services- Mindfulness
Christine Taylor CHOP Health Literacy
Office of Career Services
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We will answer your questions at our May 2nd live event.
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