18th Annual CUNY Pipeline Research Conference

Tuesday, March 24, 2015 from 9am to 4pm
The Graduate Center, CUNY -  Rooms 9204-9207

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Presentation Schedule

10am to 11am

Maria Elizabeth Rodriguez - The Law of the Oppressor Becomes the Sword of the Oppressed

Nadejda Webb - Another Country: Race, Space, and Time as Dominance

Danica Pagulayan - Violence as Liberation in Mahasweta Devi’s “The Hunt”

Jessica Rodriguez - Transnationalism and Nation: Benedict Anderson in the Age of the Internet

Massiel Ramos - The History of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Its Cross-Cultural Limitations 

Davneet Kaur - Physical Modeling of Biological Systems: Proton Pumping in Complex I of Mitochondrial Membranes

Shenuque Tissera - Exploring Non-Reporting of Income in a Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority Survey

Chun Biao Wang - A Study of Factor Models and Mean-Variance Theory

Terry-Ann O’Garro - Modular Arithmetic and Its Applications


11:15am to 12:15

Ashley Agbasoga - Eugenics in the 21st Century: The Battle for Reproductive Rights of Women of Color

Cheryl Bennett - Food Gentrification: The Impact of Racism on America’s Food System

Vanya Reid - Promoting Fertilizer Demand and Accessibility in Food Security and Poverty Reduction in Sub-Saharan Africa

Merelis C. Ortiz - The Food Justice Movement as a Necessity to Achieving Health Justice 

Satish Ram - Professional Athletes, Professional Damage

Orubba Almansouri - Structuring Literature: Yemeni Women’s Path to Social Criticism

Hina Altaf - Western Remedy for the Underdevelopment of the Global South

Danica Barilla - Communication through Emotion


2pm to 3:15

Anclaudys Rivas - Re-examining Racial and Ethnic Identity Formation 

Carmela Perez-Diedhiou - The Influence of Social Support on Frequency and Severity of Cannabis Use among Those with a History of Major Depression

Sara Seweid - The Effects of Bilingualism on Executive Control Functions in Auditory Selective Attention

Reggie Romain - The Co-worker Who Drives You Away from Work: Are Instances of Co-worker Conflict and Mismanagement Associated with Absenteeism?

Natisha S. Jordan - Hip-Hop Pedagogy: The Universal Zulu Nation and Social Reformation through the New Philosophy of African Redemption

Dellyssa Edinboro - Reconciling the “Divided Child”: An Examination of 20th Century Caribbean Colonial Education

Camille Sieunarine - What Made Them Stay? Black and Hispanic/Latino Male Educators’ Experiences in Elementary Education

Alexis Haynie - Wash, Rinse, Repeat: Gender Conditioning and “Grooming” in American Pedagogical Practice

Lisa Thompson - Deconstructing Politically Rooted Ideologies in Higher Education