COMS 3100 & 4100 Capstone

Friday, March 31, 9 a.m.- 3 p.m., Sound Communities Space

9-10: 3 COMS4100 presentations:
1)Devon Pierre: An initiative to increase positive body image in women through social media: #proud2bme
2) Therese MacAdam: My Glace Bay: A Community Online Magazine
3) Kerri Marshall: Changing the mindset from “I want to be skinny” to “I want to be healthy”

10-10:20: Coffee break

10:20-11:30: 3 COMS4100 presentations:
4) Mikida Green: Examining current funding to support youth clubs
5) Adam Kennedy: Plugging in, do charging stations contribute to an increase in student satisfaction?
6) Shaelyn Marsh: Community Connectedness: Brightening The Future of Low-Income Youth

Lunch 11:30-1pm: During this time, Emily Root’s COMS3100 and Sue MacKenzie’s COMS3100 classes will have poster presentations. The themes for these posters as as follows:
A) Intersection of Montessori and Environmental Education: Building Greenhouses at Harbourview Elementary
B) Recycling for Youth: Establishing a permanent bottle drive for the Whitney Pier Youth Club
C) Moving Beyond Stigma: A Partnership with The Ally Centre of Cape Breton
D) Getting Outside:  proposal to improve the CBU nature trail
E) Two Rivers Wildlife Park: learning to respond to shifting community needs
F) “Getting Connected: Exploring Technology With Seniors”
G) “Promoting Creative Arts to Youth in Our Communities”
H) “Screen Time Reform: Can’t ESC? Don’t lose Ctrl!”

1-2pm: 3 COMS4100 presentations:
7) Liam Gillis:  Engaging youth in outdoor activity within the CBRM
8) Kelsey Burke: Perceptions of campus safety and use of personal safety mobile apps among female undergraduate students in Cape Breton
9) Catalina Belalcazar: Cape Breton’s Naturalized Playground: A Case Study

2-2:20: Coffee break

2:20-3pm: 2 COMS3100 presentations. The themes for these presentations are as follows:
Mental Health courtyard improvements
Whitney Pier Youth Club coffee house