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Saturday, October 7 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Cocktail Hour, Poster and Digital Demonstration Session

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Writing Center + Library = Digital Writing Interdisciplinary Faculty Development
Neal Baker and Laura Leavitt (Earlham College)

Building a Digital Materials Repository for History 201, ‘Introduction to Historical GIS.’
Ethan Pepin and David Del Testa (Bucknell University)

Sustaining Marginal Communities in the Face of Gentrification and Mass Incarceration
Vanessa Massaro and Sarah Sulkowski (Bucknell University)

Documenting Offshore Oil Development: Digitizing, Organizing, and Analyzing Archival Materials Relating to the First Offshore Oil Well in the North American Arctic, 1972-1976
Andrew Stuhl and Ashley Vecchio (Bucknell University)

Digital or Analog? Tools for Visualization of Surfaces in Multivariable Calculus
Nathan Ryan and Angel Bautista (Bucknell University)

The Power of Mapping: Applications of GIS in Disaster Resilience and Planning
Corrie Walton-McCauley and Patrick Yang (Bucknell University)

Economic Mobility in the United States: An Examination of Upward Mobility, Through the Lens of Geography, Race, Gender, Class, and Access to Higher Education
Jan Knoedler, Autumn Patterson, and Emily Tevebaugh (Bucknell University)

Behind Hockey's Stars: A Statistical Analysis of Critical Hockey Team Metrics
Rennie Heza (Bucknell University)

Virtual Reality and Ernst Haeckle
Joe Meiser (Bucknell University)

China's Internet Wave
Minglu Xu (Bucknell University)

LGBTQ+ Representation in Cinema
Justin Guzman (Bucknell University)


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Neal Baker

Neal Baker is the Library Director at Earlham College, where the librarians also serve as academic technologists. He teaches first-year seminars in the curriculum and publishes scholarship on both libraries and various aspects of the SF/fantasy genres. Current professional servic... Read More →
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Justin Guzman

Environmental
Justin Guzman is a rising Junior majoring in Film & Media Studies. He lives in Brooklyn, New York and is of Latinx descent. He currently works as a videographer, photographer, and graphic designer for Bucknell organizations such as Uptown and ACE (Activities & Campus Events). He... Read More →
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Rennie Heza

Rennie Heza is a rising senior at Bucknell University, with a major in Applied Mathematics and a minor in Russian Language. This summer, Rennie will be conducting performance analysis of NHL teams during the 2016-17 regular season, focussing on ties between team performance and managerial decisions. Rennie is the team statistician for... Read More →
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Jan Knoedler

Academic Co-Coordinator & Senior Fellow, Society & Technology
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Laura Leavitt

Laura Leavitt is the Writing Center Director at Earlham College. She teaches supplementary writing education classes for students entering college with low writing confidence or for students who have learned English as a foreign language. She also participates in faculty developm... Read More →
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Joe Meiser

Joe Meiser is Associate Professor of Art at Bucknell University
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Xu Minglu

Languages & Cultures
Minglu is a sophomore at Bucknell University, majoring in Economics and possibly minoring in Mathematics and Philosophy.
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Andrew Stuhl

Bucknell University
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David Del Testa

Associate Professor, Bucknell University
Cooking. Beverages. Travel. Food. Restaurants. Movies, a little. Teaching, especially about undergraduate research. Vietnam. France. The West.
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Emily Tevebaugh

Junior Fellow, Humanities
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Ashley Vecchio

Environmental
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Corrie Walton-Macaulay

Assistant Professor, Bucknell University
Corrie Walton-Macaulay is an Assistant Professor at Bucknell University in Lewisburg Pennsylvania. He works with undergraduate students in the use of digital technology in transportation infrastructure resiliency. More specifically, a resiliency to natural and targeted events.


Saturday October 7, 2017 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Terrace Room
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