Presented as part of the 2016 Research Ethics Week
This panel discussion includes Montclair State student researchers.
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Danielle Spinelli, Psychology, CHSS
Danielle Spinelli recently completed her Master of Arts in Experimental Psychology at Montclair State University. While completing her Masters she worked as a Graduate Assistant with Dr. Laura Lakusta in a Cognitive and Language Development Lab which explores infants' representations of events. She has presented her research at several professional conferences and is a co-author on a manuscript that is currently under revision for publication. Additionally Danielle also completed her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at MSU. While completing her Bachelors she worked as a Research Assistant with Dr. Jason Dickinson exploring children's eye-witness testimony.
Marisa MacDonnell, Family and Child Studies, CEHS
Marisa MacDonnell is a third year doctoral student in Family Studies. Through her doctoral fellowship, Marisa works on the Inspiring Purpose project in the Research on Evaluation and Developmental Systems Science (REDSS) Lab under the direction of Dr. Jennifer Brown Urban and Dr. Miriam Linver. Marisa researches topics related to the resettlement of refugee children and families in the United States.
Theresa Cannone, Counseling and Educational Leadership, CEHS
Theresa Cannone is a graduate student pursuing a Masters in Counseling with a concentration in School Counseling. She currently is a Graduate Assistant in the Center for Research and Evaluation on Education and Human Services (CREEHS) working with Director Dr. Eden Kyse and Senior Research Associate Rebecca Swann-Jackson. As a member of the evaluation team, specializing in education, she has worked on projects funded both within and outside the university, including the Newark Montclair Urban Teacher Residency Program. At CREEHS, she engages in a variety of research activities including creating surveys and qualitative protocols, collecting primary data, analyzing quantitative and qualitative data, writing and editing reports, among other important project demands.
Justin Seventko, Mathematical Sciences, CSAM
Justin Seventko is interested in topics related to technology in the mathematics classroom. He was awarded the “Graduate Student Research Poster” Award at Montclair State University’s 10th Annual Student Research Symposium, and has presented his research at national conferences. Through his work as a Research Assistant at Montclair State, he has also been involved with several programs, including Noyce at Montclair: Preparing the Effective Elementary Mathematics Teacher.