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uSOAR: Undergraduate Symposium of Academic Research - Shared screen with speaker view
Dr. Liza Erpelo
46:30
My dissertation is actually available to read on ProQuest, if you all are interested: https://pqdtopen.proquest.com/pubnum/28149523.html
Rachel Cunningham (she/her)
52:53
Attendees: please feel free to use the Q&A feature if you have any questions for our panelists!
Damarys S
56:41
Is there a way to see Dr. Jackson’s dissertation? His research sounds very interesting, including trying to obtain CSF
Tony Jackson
58:50
Hi Damarys. Its avai
Tony Jackson
59:58
Hi Damarys. Its available online, but you can also read a good portion of it in my book “Black Male Violence in Perspective”.
Dr. Liza Erpelo
01:00:51
The best advice I got from Dr. Vanson Nguyen, who was formerly at Skyline College: “The best dissertation is a DONE dissertation!”
Janice Sapigao (she/her)
01:01:11
Here is more information about Dr. Jackson’s book: https://skylineshines.skylinecollege.edu/uncategorized/psychology-professor-tony-jackson-shares-his-book-black-male-violence-in-perspective-toward-afrocentric-intervention-at-bacabp-event/
Damarys S
01:02:50
Thank you Dr. Jackson!
Tony Jackson
01:07:00
STAXI inventory
Damarys S
01:09:13
In regards to research, do any of you feel satisfied with your research as far as feeling there is no more to verify? Did any of you have any concerns about vulnerable groups and whether it is ethical or not for them to be used as research subjects? Dr. Jackson mentioned he had to change course a few times in his research and it may not pertain to this, but I wonder about vulnerable groups include captive populations (prisoners, institutionalized, students etc), mentally ill persons, aged people, children, critically ill or dying, poor, with learning disabilities, sedated or unconscious.
Danni Redding Lapuz (she/her)
01:16:14
http://baybayinalive.com/ka-means-connection/
Chris Woo (she/her)
01:19:09
So great! Thank you so much to our amazing faculty panelists.
Rachel Cunningham (she/her)
01:19:34
Attendees: there will also be time for Q&A for our student researchers as well - please drop your questions in the Q&A feature at the bottom of your Zoom screen.
Danni Redding Lapuz (she/her)
01:21:12
Thank you to our AMAZING faculty research panel faculty. I am inspired by each of your stories and your research work. *Gratitude*
Rachel Cunningham (she/her)
01:34:55
Attendees: there will also be time for Q&A for our student researchers as well - please drop your questions in the Q&A feature at the bottom of your Zoom screen.
Danni Redding Lapuz (she/her)
01:45:56
Thank you for sharing your story Nicole.
Danni Redding Lapuz (she/her)
01:56:07
Amazing research presentations Ellaine, Nicole, and Kiana!!! We are inspired by your work and thank you for bringing your voices and research to our community.
Kaylee Matheny
01:56:30
I would love if the students could share one thing that surprised them during the process!
Roger Marcelo
01:58:01
Great work!
Noreen Singh
01:58:11
Awesome job you guys!! Your presentations were so amazing :)
Rachel Cunningham (she/her)
02:00:39
Attendees: there will also be time for Q&A for Dr. Perisho - please drop your questions in the Q&A feature at the bottom of your Zoom screen.
Tony Jackson
02:02:00
Nice job students!
Ellaine Arroyo (she/her)
02:02:24
Kaylee, to answer your question, I didn’t expect to work on these reports with my classmates. But I’m glad I got these teamwork/collaboration skills in research!
Danni Redding Lapuz (she/her)
02:02:43
#musicmajor
Tony Jackson
02:03:06
Dr. Perisho’s lives the dream! Dolphins and Music!!
Roger Marcelo
02:03:32
Indeed!
kiana (they/them)
02:03:41
@Kaylee one thing that surprised me about the research is how often your question and methodology change! The more information you come across really impacts your research topic and final project
Tony Jackson
02:16:29
Can I ask a queastion? Can’t seem to access the q&
Tony Jackson
02:18:17
I’m very much interested in the application of fractals in the assessment of neurodegenerative disorders. Can you say more about this?
Janice Sapigao (she/her)
02:18:28
Congrats, James!
Danni Redding Lapuz (she/her)
02:18:46
Thank you Dr. Perisho - that was an amazing Keynote Presentation and your research is so interesting. Thank you for sharing your work.
Shaun Perisho
02:19:34
Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed it!
Shaun Perisho
02:21:25
Tony - fractals tend to emerge from well connected systems (and the brain is a great example of this). As the system decays, the fractals do as well. A lot of research shows declines in fractal scaling of walking, hand movement, eye movements, and several other measures as neurodegenerative diseases progress. It
Shaun Perisho
02:21:49
It's something that (hopefully) might lead to an early diagnostic/warning test one day.
Damarys S
02:26:09
Hello Professor Perisho, Is the intention behind the research to detect, and/or treat MS, Alzheimers, etc.?
Janice Sapigao (she/her)
02:28:15
Thank you all!
Shaun Perisho
02:28:33
Hi Damarys, that's a really interesting question. I'm currently working my way through the list of questions on the Q&A so if you post if there I'll answer it as soon as possible
Janice Sapigao (she/her)
02:29:08
Here is the link to our Padlet! https://padlet.com/cunninghamrachel/uSOAR2021
Noreen Singh
02:29:20
YAY PROFESSOR MERRILL!!!!!
Tony Jackson
02:29:25
Yes Yes! Great job!
Ellaine Arroyo (she/her)
02:29:40
Thank you everyone for attending! And thank you to everyone who made this happen!!
Noreen Singh
02:29:42
Awesome job everyone!!!
kiana (they/them)
02:29:48
Good job y’all !
Noreen Singh
02:29:49
Thank you!
Janice Sapigao (she/her)
02:29:51
Here is the link to our Padlet! https://padlet.com/cunninghamrachel/uSOAR2021