Faculty’s work to be featured at Research Colloquium

February 15, 2018 / by / 0 Comment

GCU News Bureau

Grand Canyon University faculty will conduct eight presentations Wednesday at the Dr. Kevin McClean Research Colloquium, hosted by the Eta Chi chapter of Delta Mu Delta, the international business honors society.

The colloquium, which begins at 3:30 p.m. in Building 57, rooms 221-223, and is open to the GCU community, is named in honor of McClean, a retired business professor.   

Each presentation will be allotted seven minutes plus three minutes for Q&A. The event is designed to highlight research projects in which GCU faculty members are engaged.

The featured presentations:

Dr. Isac Artzi: Immersive Mixed Reality Technologies in the Classroom – Current Achievements and Future Potential

Dr. Marjaneh Gilpatrick and Prof. Tracy Vasquez: Reflections from Team Teaching Social Studies Methods Course in a Teacher Preparation Program

Dr. James P. Helfers: Allegory and Wonder in the Medieval Landscapes of Pilgrimage Texts and “The Travels of Sir John Mandeville”

Professor Chip Lamca: Forms of Missionary Support and Their Impact on the Served Populations

Dr. Timothy Larkin: Sociology Speaks: Sociology as a Multi-Disciplinary Toolkit

Professor Maria Quimba, ABD: Development of a Virtual Faculty Network Using Flipgrid

Drs. Daisy Savarirajan and Ramesh Velupillaimani: Antimicrobial Products from Sonoran Desert Plants

Dr. Ed Slover: Beyond Online Versus Face-to-Face Comparisons: The Interaction of Student Age and Mode of Instruction on Academic Achievement

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