The 2022 Graduate Research Symposium


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GRS 2022 Program Booklet

Mary W. McConnell

Monday, March 14th
12:00 AM

A New Directive: An Ethical Analysis of the Ethical and Religious Directives and Catholic Healthcare Mission to Promote and Sustain Catholic Healthcare

Noah Dimas

12:00 AM

Cognitive insights and implications of singing: actions, proprioception, and perception in vocal performance.

Juanita Leal

12:00 AM

Ethical Ramifications of Xenotransplantation Research and Justification for Potentially Deadly Study Participation

Scott Dyer

12:00 AM

Gendered Norms in Community-Based Engagement: Oral Histories of the Women in the Elsinore Bennu Think Tank for Restorative Justice

Kathleen Burch

12:00 AM

Gene Editing for Psychological Conditions: The Potential to Reduce Suffering Through Therapeutic Interventions

Gabriella Agostaro

12:00 AM

Righteous: What Holocaust Rescuers Can Teach Us About a More Altruistic Society

Jill Bodnar

12:00 AM

The Ethical Justification of Research in Pediatric Healthcare with an Emphasis on the COVID-19 Vaccine

Brianne Helfrich

12:00 AM

The Lived Experience of Intensive Care Unit Nurses During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Jessica Rong

12:00 AM

Trauma-Informed Programming for Incarcerated Youth

Chelsea Williams
Hailey Murray, Duquesne University
Jay Moser, Duquesne University
Heather Roesinger, Duquesne University
Tammy Hughes, Duquesne University

12:00 AM

Trauma-Informed Teaching: Professional Development for School Staff

Heather Roesinger, Duquesne University
Chelsea Williams, Duquesne University
Tammy L. Hughes, Duquesne University

12:00 AM