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Student Panelists

Concurrent Panel Session #1 (9:30 - 11 a.m.)

Global Health (Room A), moderated by Dr. Suruchi Sood

Kaitlynn Jones (Dornsife School of Public Health)
Social Effects of Water Point Installment: Beitbridge, Zimbabwe
Anamika Saha (College of Medicine)
Exploring Behavior Changes in Mothers After a Cholera Outbreak in rural Zambia
Kelcie Lushefski (College of Medicine)
Effects of Global Connectivity on Emigration of Sri Lankan Physicians
Makonnen Nardos (College of Medicine)
Incidence and patterns of Surgical Glove perforations In Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Sarah Robitaille (Dornsife School of Public Health)
Examining the Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) Resources in Schools within Monze, Zambia

Global Media, Culture, and Arts (Room C), moderated by Al Tedesco and Phillip Salas

Presenters to be announced.

Concurrent Panel Session #2 (11:15 a.m. -12:45 p.m.)

Global Political and Social Trends (Room A), moderated by Dr. Gabriel Rocha

Lev Boonin (Pennoni Honors College)
Nationalism vs. Globalism: The Reactionary Revival of the Far-Right
Kevin Priddy (College of Medicine)
Brain Drain in South Africa: The Efflux of Healthcare Workers
Hriday Sharma (College of Engineering)
Tackling Climate Change in Post Globalized World
Raymond Yuan (LeBow College of Business)
Safety Perception and the Impact on Presenting a Global Conference
Minel Cannucciari, Sean Chase, Debora Hernandez Ramos, Alison Trinh (LeBow College of Business)
Globalization’s Effects on the Water Supply

Global Science, Technology, and Society (Room C), moderated by Dr. Patrick Gurian

Walker Alexander (School of Biomedical Engineering, Science, and Health Systems)
Understanding Pan troglodytes Trafficking with Population Genetics
Kevin Garrone (College of Computing and Informatics)
MinC: Transcending Programing Languages
Jenni Kirkley (College of Nursing and Health Professions)
Health Implications of Global Climatic Changes: The impact on small island developing states – St. Vincent and the Grenadines example
James Sato (College of Engineering)
Globalizing STEM Education
Walter Yerk (College of Engineering)
Rapid Sea-Level Rise: When Old Maps Lose Their Relevance to Hundreds of Millions

Concurrent Panel Session #3 (2 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.)

Global Justice and Human Rights (Room A), moderated by Dr. Joel Oestreich

Mahmoud Hallak (College of Engineering)
Syria: Where Humanity Lost Sight
Emma Nolan (College of Arts and Sciences)
A Different Model of Corrections: A Look Inside A Norwegian Prison
Farrah Rahaman (College of Arts and Sciences)
They Tried to Bury Us: Urban Agriculture as Resistance in Philadelphia
Abby Wagner (Pennoni Honors College)
Ethical Fashion
Dina Abdel-Rahman (College of Arts and Sciences)
Discrepancies in the Asylum Seeking Process & Embodied Cognition

Global Business and Economic Trends (Room C), moderated by Dr. Christopher Laincz

Sam Ruchlewicz (LeBow College of Business)
The Economic Case for Sustainable Cities
Yaoxing Chen (LeBow College of Business)
Impact of the BEPS project on the US
Kayla Jarosiewicz (Widener Univeristy)
Exploring the economic implications of amnesty policies and Syrian refugees
Iryna Hrubiy (LeBow College of Business)
Globalization and Poverty
Salmon Lamas, Lia Richter, Isabella Santosusso, Eliza Sulea (LeBow College of Business)
Non-communicable Diseases: Awareness and Prevention through Global Consumer Market Behaviors