Doctoral Student Research Conference -- 2018 Schedule

Registration and breakfast | San Carlos Multipurpose Room | 8:00-8:40 a.m.
Welcoming words | Ramona Denby-Brinson, Associate Dean for Research and College Professor | 8:40-8:50 a.m.

SESSION I | 9:00 - 10:30 a.m.
PANEL 1: Gender and Violence | (Black Canyon Conference Room L1-12)
Attitudes and Beliefs Concerning Sexual Assault Among College Students: “Most Sane College Men Will Think It’s Just As Morbid and As Terrible As College Women Do”
Adrienne Baldwin-White, School of Social Work

Empowerment and Decisional Conflict Among Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence
Andrea Kappas, School of Social Work; Jill Messing, PhD Associate Professor, School of Social Work; Meredith Bagwell-Gray, Post-doctoral Scholar, School of Social Work

A systematic review of intimate partner violence among Indigenous women in the U.S. and Canada
Charlene Poola, School of Social Work

Moderator/Discussant: Elisa Bienenstock, College Professor

PANEL 2: Youth | (Patagonia Conference Room L1-20)
LGBTQ Youth and Sex Trafficking
Kimberly Hogan, School of Social Work; Dominique Roe-Sepowitz,  PhD, Associate Professor, School of Social Work

Conceptualizing a Persuasive Tourism Advertising Framework for Generation Y
Eunhye Grace Kim, School of Community Resources and Development; Megan Porter, undergraduate
student; Deepak Chhabra,PhD, Associate Professor, School of Community Resources and Development

But I am here to help: A Qualitative Analysis of Interactions between School Resource Officers and Youth in Need
Jessica Herbert, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Engagement through a culturally relevant symbol: Exploring youth influences of participant engagement in a volunteer tourist music-conservation program
Lana Olsen, School of Community Resources and Development

Moderator/Discussant: Brian Gerber, College Professor

SESSION II | 10:45 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
PANEL 3: Collaboration and Governance | (Arivica Conference Room L1-08)

Understanding the Role of Volunteerism in Government Performance: Evidence from Public Managers’ and Citizens’ Perspectives
Won No, School of Public Affairs

Scaling Local Health Networks Globally: Social Entrepreneurship Lessons from Ellen G. White (1827-1915)
Rodney Machokoto, School of Community Resources and Development

Explaining Voluntary Turnover in STEM Fields: Understanding Collaboration Cosmopolitanism
Qingqing Wang, School of Public Affairs

Exploring a collaborative governance approach for water resource management: A case study of Densuano, Ghana
Josephine Marie Godwyll, School of Community Resources and Development

Moderator/ Discussant: Melanie Gall, College Professor

PANEL 4: Prisons, Taxes, and Homestays | (Black Canyon Conference Room L1-12)
Tourist Perspectives of Homestays in Vietnam: Service Quality & Authenticity
Kim Pham, School of Community Resources and Development

The Impacts of Property Tax Rates Caps on the Fiscal Health of Municipalities: A multiple quantitative method evaluation
Jason Shumberger, School of Public Affairs

Parental Incarceration: Does Having Minor Children Have an Effect on Recidivism?
Matthew Gricius, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

But They All Come Back…Again: Perceptions of Reentry Needs among First-Time and Re-Incarcerated Prisoners
Danielle L. Haverkate, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice; Kevin A. Wright, Ph.D., Associate
Professor, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Moderator/Discussant: Ramona Denby-Brinson, Associate Dean for Research and College Professor

PANEL 5: Choice and Decision-Making Processes | (Patagonia Conference Room L1-20)
Professional development choice: The effect of organizational characteristics and individual job motives
Jiwon Jung, School of Public Affairs

Scientific Information Use in Expert Group Decision-Making: An Integrated Analysis of Social Psychology Research and
Implications for Public Policymaking
Andrew Kao, School of Public Affairs

Motivation to Kill: The Relationship between Motive and Weapon Choice in Homicide
Karissa Pelletier, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Open-forum vs. Random-Sample Deliberation: A Democratic Paradox
Oriol Vidal-Aparicio, School of Public Affairs

Moderator/Discussant: Ulrich Jensen, Assistant Professor, School of Public Affairs

12:30-2:15 p.m. KEYNOTE LUNCHEON (San Carlos Multipurpose Room)
Opening remarks: Jonathan Koppell, Dean, Watts College of Public Service and
Community Solutions
Keynote Panel: A conversation with Kristina Lopez (Social Work), Evan Jordan (Community Resources and Development), Angel Molina (Public Affairs) and Shi Yan (Criminology and Criminal Justice)

SESSION III | 2:30 - 4:00 p.m.
PANEL 6: Stress, Trust, Conflict and Bereavement | (Arivica Conference Room L1-08)

A Qualitative Exploration of Police Stress in a Criminal Investigations Section 
Kathleen E. Padilla, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

“I Don’t Fear it Anymore:” Bereaved Parents’ Perceptions of the Impact of a Mindfulness-based Retreat on Grief
Kara Thieleman, School of Social Work

Social Support and Social Conflict in Older Adults with COPD and Comorbid Anxiety
Renee Garbe, School of Social Work

Measuring Physician Trust Among Somali Refugee Women: A Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Wake Forrest Physician Trust Scale
Husain Lateef, School of Social Work

Moderator/Discussant: Hyunsung Oh, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work


PANEL 7: Community and Economic Development | (Black Canyon Conference Room L1-12)
R&D Tax Credits impact on the Retention of STEM PhDs within their State 
John David Selby, School of Public Affairs

First-generation, low-income minority college graduates’ interaction with hometown community post-college
Tasha Love, School of Community Resources and Development

Travel Tips for Tipsy Tourists: Hotel Bartenders as Cultural Intermediaries in Tourism Spaces
Jada Lindblom, School of Community Resources and Development

Effects of Housing Assistance on Housing Affordability among Low-income Renters
Seongkyung Cho, School of Public Affairs

Moderator/Discussant: Joanna Lucio, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs

PANEL 8: Nonprofits, Justice and Sustainability | (Patagonia Conference Room L1-20)
The Other Side of Sustainability: Towards a Model to Study Nonprofit Organizational Dissolution
Tania Lizzeth Hernandez Ortiz, School of Community Resources and Development

Does Nonprofit University Wealth Crowd Out Donations?
ChiaKo Hung and Hyunrang Han, School of Community Resources and Development

The Power of Board Composition: Pay equity for Nonprofit Executive Directors
Leonor Camarena, School of Public Affairs

Where it’s been and where it’s going: An Inquiry into Environmental Justice Research through Citation Analysis
Jake Nelson, School of Public Affairs

Moderator/Discussant: Gyan Nyaupane, School of Community Resources and Development

Best Paper Award Ceremony and Reception
4 - 5 p.m.

 

Doctoral Student Research Conference 2018 committee members
Lana Olsen, Doctoral Student Representative, School of Community Resources and Development
Gyan Nyaupane Doctoral Program Director, School of Community Resources and Development
Jessie Huff, Doctoral Student Representative, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Michael White, Doctoral Program Director, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Jake Nelson, Doctoral Student Representative, School of Public Affairs
Mary Feeney, Doctoral Program Director, School of Public Affairs
Renee Garbe, Doctoral Student Representative, School of Social Work
David Hodge, Doctoral Program Director, School of Social Work
Daniel Schugurensky, Committee Chair