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Fall 2020 Final Presentations

Here is the schedule for Fall 2020 final presentations for MAX 401, Civic Engagement Action Plan Workshop. The presentations will be on Zoom at this link and the session password is Maxwell. The talks will be about 7 minutes long with time at the end for a couple of brief questions.

9:30 Introduction
   
9:35
Miranda Nemeth
  "The Road to Reform: Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Elementary School Refugee Children"
   
9:45 Rebecca Bressler
  "Volunteer Recruitment and Retention: The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Central New York"
   
9:55 Ava Cohn and Hailey Schector
  "Behind the Screens: The Pandemic's Effect On Child Abuse and Trafficking”"
   
10:15 Kate Christie

"Understanding ‘Ubuntu’: Improving Syracuse New Americans’ Writing Through Cross-Cultural Engagement"
   
10:25 Madison Kovach
  "Utilizing Campus Technology to Benefit Health and Well-being"
   
10:35 Sophia Carbone
  "Overcoming Obstacles: Ensuring Equal Access to Voting for New Americans"
   
10:45 Break
   
10:55 Lia Chabot
  "Building a Residential Vacancy Prediction Model for the City of Syracuse"
   
11:05 Hannah Goldberg
  "A Mindfulness Program for the Boys and Girls Club"
   
11:15 Romane Gutenbrunner
  "Navigating Voting from University Campuses"
   
11:25 Hanna Martin
  "Sharing Our Stories: Disability in Campus Media"
   
11:35 Dana Lustig
  "Sustaining the CCE Community"
   
11:45 Jacob Waldron
  "The Dean's Team: An Updated Plan for Training"
   
11:55 Lilly Umana
  "How Non-Profits Can Communicate"
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