Author(s) Nicole Boyer Faculty Mentor(s) Nicole Dunn (Interdisciplinary Studies – Social Sciences), Mark Soelling (Psychology), Amy McCoy (Psychology) Abstract As with the basis of cognitive behavioral therapy, it is recognized that the behaviors of the individual are reflection of the individual’s thought processes. For the… Read More »Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Communication
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Presenters: Open Up a World of Possibilities for Your Deaf Child Through ASL Immersion – Kate Anderson Changing How Music is Viewed with Subtitles and ASL Interpreters – Samantha Stevens The Accessibility of Drive-Thru Restaurants for People with Visual and Communicative Disabilities – Toby Gordon… Read More »Accessibility Panel: Accessible Communication
The daily publicity has organized “virtual sessions” by college and discipline to allow each a time to be highlighted. That said, all student presentations are asynchronous. You do not need to “attend” on a specific day or at a particular time. CB CAH CEPS COTS CB… Read More »Daily Schedule
Author(s) Angela Kyle Faculty Mentor(s) Terri Reddout (Communication) Abstract A set of visual stories composed of photographs and capturing portraits of participants. Bringing awareness to my audience that people with disabilities are people first and not defined by their disability. Written descriptions of individuals with… Read More »“I am me. I am not defined by my disability.”
Author(s) Abigail (Coy) Ryan Faculty Mentor(s) Booyoun Kim (World Languages) Abstract While the human experience may be a shared one, language and culture shape the individual ways in which we perceive the world around us, how we express ourselves the ways in which we relate… Read More »How translations shape the American perspective of Korea
Author(s) Skyler Smith Faculty Mentor(s) Rodrigo Renteria-Valencia (Anthropology & Museum Studies) Abstract This exploratory study provides insight into the behaviors of Central Washington University college students as it pertains to the discovering, sharing and creating of memes. Additionally, it explores meme use in inter-personal communication,… Read More »What do you meme?: An analysis of how college students use memes
Author(s) Leana St Clair, Meghan Gilbert Faculty Mentor(s) Jamie Gilbert (Non-Profit Management) Abstract In the workforce and the classroom, one of the fastest growing trends is teamwork. Organizational leaders, spanning across varying fields and disciplines, have indicated that the amount of time spent on team… Read More »Strengthening Interdisciplinary Leadership Teams through Team Development Intervention
Teaching Program Template for Universal Serial Bus (USB) Protocol Human Interface Device (HID) Devices.
Author(s) Benjamin Williams Faculty Mentor(s) Lad Holden (Electronic Engineering Technology) Abstract The microcontroller sequence in the EET program at CWU currently does not contain a readily available program to setup communication using the USB protocol. The USB protocol is an internationally accepted protocol for data… Read More »Teaching Program Template for Universal Serial Bus (USB) Protocol Human Interface Device (HID) Devices.
The Collective Experience of Pregnant Women During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Qualitative Exploration of Open-Text Survey Response
Author(s) Sarah Evans Faculty Mentor(s) Tishra Beeson (Public Health) Abstract COVID-19 has impacted each of us and dramatically affected our health and the health care system. The CDC has recorded that the cases in the United States have exceeded 29,000,000, and there have been more… Read More »The Collective Experience of Pregnant Women During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Qualitative Exploration of Open-Text Survey Response
Author(s) Yajaira Perez Faculty Mentor(s) César García (Communication) Abstract Systemic racism in the education system is an issue that has been outlooked for too long. Students who attend low income school districts have an exceptional disadvantage at life. It has been proven that student who… Read More »La Comunidad Project