Written by Kate Harner
Willimantic, CT -- The School of Education and Professional Studies and the Graduate Division at Eastern Connecticut State University will hold its 11th Annual Excellence Expo from 2 to 5:30 p.m. on May 4. The expo will take place in several locations across campus, including the Student Center, Charles R. Webb Hall and the J. Eugene Smith Library. The public is invited. Admission is free.
Students will present their work on a variety of topics, including economics; marketing; math and science in early childhood education; communication law and ethics; sport and leisure management; teaching typical and exceptional learners; and systems analysis, among others. Some presentations include "The Effects of Income on Healthcare: Expenditures Across Countries" by Katelyn Peacock, a junior economics major from Torrington; "Women through Media in the 21st Century" by Kristina Sisti, a senior communication major from Farmington; "Student Center Café: An Analysis of the Inventory Management Work System" by Marc Fitzgerald, a junior business information systems major from Bristol, and Douglas Evans, a junior business information systems major from Tolland; and "Investigation into Sustainability of Social Networks Usage by Student Clubs at Eastern" by Amon Gitau, a senior social work major from South Windham.
The expo will also feature a photography exhibit, an ePortfolio competition, and a preview of the of the Association of Information Technology Professionals Windham Non-profits website.
For more information, contact Jaime Gomez, interim dean of education and professional studies and graduate division, at (860) 465-5293 or firstname.lastname@example.org.