[Blackstudies-l] Black Humanities at the 2020 COPLAC NEURSCA Virtual Conference

Maria Lima lima at geneseo.edu
Mon Nov 2 12:24:31 EST 2020

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From: Anne Baldwin <baldwina at geneseo.edu>
Date: Mon, Nov 2, 2020 at 11:50 AM
Subject: Student Presentations at the 2020 COPLAC NEURSCA Virtual Conference

Good morning,

Eight SUNY Geneseo students are participating at this year's virtual COPLAC
NE Regional Undergraduate Research, Scholarly and Creative Activity
conference.  They join students from Mansfield University of Pennsylvania,
Eastern Connecticut State University, Ramapo College of New Jersey,
University of Maine Farmington, and Shepherd University in West Virginia.

*All presentations are now available for viewing asynchronously and on
November 7t**h all presenters will take part in synchronous Q&A sessions. *
Links and passwords for both the presentations and the Q&A sessions are

Presentations may be viewed *asynchronously* on the conference site:
https://coplacneursca2020.sched.com/  Password: EASTERN2020

On Saturday, November 7th, *synchronous* Q&A sessions can be accessed at
Password: EASTERN20

A list of the Geneseo students participating is below and attached is also
a list which contains their presentation abstracts.

Please share this information with those who may be interested and I hope
you'll check out the conference!

- Anne

*Student's Name* *Title of Presentation* *Faculty Nominator's Name*
*Department* *Sat Nov 7th Q&A time*
Samantha Aya “Slamming the Stigma” Maria Helena Lima English and Black
Studies 11:50 AM
Margaux Carmel  “ Introducing Black History with the Stolen Sounds of
American Popular Music”  Maria Helena Lima English and Black Studies 3:00 PM
Kelsey Dux "From Plantation to Prison: Examining the Creation of the United
States Industrial Prison Complex" Maria Helena Lima English and Black
Studies 11:00 AM
Emma Mandella "The Ills of American Capitalism and the Question of
Reparations" Maria Helena Lima English and Black Studies 1:50 PM
Alexandra Semenza School equality gap: Solutions for the inconsistencies
between Rochester’s School Number 12 and Brighton’s French Road
Elementary Jennifer
Rogalsky Geography (Student is in the School of Education:
Childhood/Special Education) 3:25 PM
Laura Bauer Benefits of a ketogenic diet on mouse stereotypic behavior and
working memory Allison Bechard Psychology 10:15 AM
Isabel Fry Zip Code Should Not Determine Educational Success: An
examination of Rochester, New York’s inequalities Jennifer Rogalsky Geography
(Student is in School of Education-ElemEd/SpEd) 9:00 AM
Julian Ponirakis Closing the Gap: A Look at Productivity In Advanced
Economies Mansokku Lee School of Business (Economics) 1:25 PM


Anne E. Baldwin, Ph.D., C.R.A.
Director of Sponsored Research
State University of New York at Geneseo
1 College Circle, Erwin 202
Geneseo, NY 14454

Phone: (585) 245-5547
Fax: (585) 245-5096
Email: baldwinA at geneseo.edu

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