Grad studies Presentation
Grad studies Presentation

Come hear graduate students in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Reading, Literacy, and Learning, and Counseling graduate programs give oral presentations summarizing their research at the Graduate Research Symposium during the Spring Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry on April 23rd.


During the Graduate Research Symposium, the first block of Graduate Student oral presentations will be from 4:10 to 5:00 PM in the following locations in the Upchurch Student Center:


In the Simpson Room (Upchurch 313), graduate students from the Communication Sciences and Disorders graduate program will present various topics including:

- Acoustic Variables that Contribute to Listener Perceptions of Speaker Gender with Transexual Individuals

- The Effects of Classroom Acoustics on Children's Listening Potential in School Settings


In the Kraemer Room (Upchurch 312), graduate students from the Reading, Literacy, and Learning graduate program will present various topics including:

- Multi-Age Instruction: An Effective Learning Environment or Simply a Cost-Effective Endeavor?

- Too Late for Education?:Recommendations for Late Arriving English Language Learners Before They Lose Their Right to a Free Public Secondary Education


In the House Room (Upchurch 302), graduate students from the Counseling graduate program will present various topics including:

- The Effectiveness of the Academic Advising Model at Longwood University

- The Impact of Group Narrative Therapy on Self-Concept in Women who have Experienced Complex Trauma




Please stop by to hear about the students' research.

Graduate Symposium 2019