April 2017 is going to be a very exciting month for the Honors College, as 12 of our prestigious students will be presenting their conference papers at the Northeast Regional Honors Conference, which will take place in Pittsburgh.
Here's a list of the 12 students the topics they will be discussing:
Lynda Amici – Nursing Track
“Alarm Fatigue in Adult Critical Care Settings”
Megan Baird – Independent Track
"From Student to Intern: An Overview of the Pharmaceutical Field"
Christopher Cela – Nursing Track
“The Role of Stigma in NICU Nurses, Perceptions of Caring for the NAS Mother-Baby Dyad”
Savannah Crippen – Clinical and Neuropsychology Track
High Sensation Seeking and the Affects of Mindfulness Meditation
Amanda Egri – Nursing Track
“The Effect of Nurse Fatigue on Patient Outcomes”
Karisa Foreman – Social Sciences Track
“Analysis of Self Help Internet Resources on Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Alissa Lianne Lopez – Independent Track
"Frenemies: Bridging the Divide between Journalists and PR Professionals"
Julia MacDonald – Biology Track
"Determining the Presence of Threatened Bat Species, Myotis Septentrionalis, on High Mountain Park Preserve Using Acoustic Monitoring"
Kayleigh Orocchi – Nursing Track
“PTSD: Labor & Delivery Nurses''
Xanilyn Red – Nursing Track
“Burnout in the Nursing Profession”
Erin Roach – Nursing Track
"An Analysis of Nurses' Experience Performing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Their Level of Post Code Stress.”
Sarah Wilmote – Clinical and Neuropsychology Track
“Perceived Depression Stigma and Treatment Seeking Behavior and Attitudes amongst Blacks and Whites"