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8:30-10:00 Opening Remarks and Keynote Speaker:

Professor Taunya Lovell Banks
Jacob A. France Professor of Equality Jurisprudence, University of Maryland School of Law

HHSB Room 102

  HHSB Room 102 HHSB Room 208 HHSB Room 211
Session A

10:10 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
"Remembering Laurel Hill: Exploring Significance and Showing Respect in East Baltimore"

Ronald Castanzo
Ashley Smith
Elgin Klugh
“It’s all in the Treatment: An Empirical Study of Fairness Perception in the Workplace”

Shingirayi M. Mushonga
“Can High Fidelity Simulation Be An Instructional Strategy that Builds Confidence?”

Charlotte M. Wood
Session B

10:40 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
“Tk20: The School of Education Unit Assessment and Accountability System (UAAS)”

Jean Ragin
“Effectiveness of the LearnSmart tool for General Psychology Course Redesign”

Katherine Cameron
Sylvia Huntley
Julie Manley
Rolande Murray
Cyerra Clark
Kristen Deacon
“Leadership Styles Do Matter: A Look at Patrol Officers in Baltimore City”

Ericka Smith
Session C

11:10 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
“An Examination of Ethical Evidence for Counselor Learning: Basis for a Rehabilitation Services Counseling Program”

Michelle Pointer
Harry Legum
Jermaine Graham
“Internet-based Education in the Era of Prescribed and Measurable Standards and Criteria”

John H. Newman
“Oxidative stress in ocular diseases: Mechanisms and Prevention Strategies”

Kavita Hegde
Session D

11:40 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
“The Role of Insurance in Providing Access to Cardiac Care in Maryland”

Vaple Robinson
“Tax Related Issues of the Residents of Baltimore County and the Surrounding Areas”

Hyacinth Ezeka
Lorreta Baryeh
“A Mathematical Model for Public Awareness Campaigns and the Management of Chronic Disease”

Sean Brooks
Session E

12:10 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.
“Exploring Operation Success Initiative Program”

Dr. Tracey L. Murray
Dr. J. Smith
Dr. D. Tolson
Dr. C. Wood
Dr. E. Merrill
Ms. S. Wood
Ms. Day-Black
Ms. Harvin
Ms. Hart
“Narratives of Trauma and Struggle in Adichies’s Half of a Yellow Sun”

Blessing Diala-Ogamba
“Black Lives Matter, Freddie Gray, and Coppin’s Mission: Do the Puzzle parts Fit?”

Kenneth O. Morgan
Poster Sessions       HHSB 3rd Floor Atrium
Session F

12:10 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Janette North, Miracle Okoro and Nikia Brown - Socio-environmental approach to studying water quality deterioration in the Baltimore City

Satia Dennis and Tulio Chavez-Gil - Synthesis and Characterization of quazi -spheres of Barium-phosphate soft materials

Anster Charles, Charlyne Smith and Hany Sobhi - Synthesis and characterization of 3 keto-hexadecanoyl- Thioester

Chelsea Sauni, Kache Woods and Hany Sobhi - Synthesis and characterization of Quinoxalines derivatives

Fred Nesbitt - Density functional calculations of the structural, thermodynamic & spectroscopic properties of Tautomers of Avigan

William E Ghann, Marie-Christine Daniel Onuta and Jamal Uddin - Targeted Gold Nanoprobe as Contrast Agent for the Molecular Imaging of Cardiovascular Disease

Destiny Brown, Kenyatta Woolridge, Jamal Uddin, Anis Rahman, and Aunik K Rahman - Terahertz investigation of nanostructured TiO2 enhanced natural dye sensitized solar cell

Jacqueline Rhoden-Trader – Geospatial Analysis of Current Murder Trends in Baltimore City from a Social Ecology Perspective

1:10 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Lunch and Plenary Session:

Dr. Hany F. Sobhi –Plenary Session Presenter

HHSB 3rd Floor Atrium
2:10 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. Closing Remarks and Awards Ceremony

HHSB 3rd Floor Atrium