Student Oral Presentations 4 11 2011 by D478maOc

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									Student Oral Presentations
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Student Name: Olumide Faokunia
Program: PPA
Type of Call: Proposal Oral
Presentation Topic: Understanding Government-to-Government Approach to E-
Government: An Illustrative Study of Financial Management Service’s (FMS) Treasury
Offset Program
Link: http://www2.eintercall.com/moderator/presentation/Playback?id=63ca65d4-8cd3-4ade-
9cf3-42c28a1f7ef3.rpm

Student Name: Gideon Nwatu
Program: AMDS
Type of Call: Dissertation Oral
Presentation Topic: Biometrics Technology: Understanding Dynamics Influencing
Adoption for Control of Identification Deception within Nigeria
Link: http://www2.eintercall.com/moderator/presentation/Playback?id=5bbf2392-3a13-4bbc-
baf8-98a54df2f764.rpm

Student Name: John Etienne
Program: Educ EdD
Type of Call: Proposal Oral
Presentation Topic: Exploring Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivational Factors of Student
Persistence in a Community College
Link: http://www2.eintercall.com/moderator/presentation/Playback?id=4f9940eb-94b9-4b7c-
986f-57b27001e113.rpm

Student Name: Roblena Walker
Program: PUBH
Type of Call: Proposal Oral
Presentation Topic: Perceptions of HIV/AIDS Testing Among Urban and Rural African
American Church Members
Link: http://www2.eintercall.com/moderator/presentation/Playback?id=68b7579d-7f72-4518-
8bee-5213a7757db0.rpm

Student Name: Geraldine Puleo
Program: MGMT
Type of Call: Proposal Oral
Presentation Topic: Causes and Maintenance Factors of Employee Burnout during
Transformational Organizational Change
Link: http://www2.eintercall.com/moderator/presentation/Playback?id=ef172b7f-e876-4e9a-
9aa1-4347bdeb855e.rpm
Student Name: David Stamm
Program: MGMT
Type of Call: Dissertation Oral
Presentation Topic: Information Assurance Practice and Standards for Commercial
Business
Link: http://www2.eintercall.com/moderator/presentation/Playback?id=a3d94c26-a91d-4501-
9f87-15b7ca63e919.rpm



Student Name: Craig Union
Program: Education
Type of Call: Dissertation Oral
Presentation Topic: The Use of Web 2.0 Technology to Help Students in High School
Overcome Ethnocentrism: A Cross-Cultural Case Study
Link: http://www2.eintercall.com/moderator/presentation/Playback?id=14ca196e-94d4-4627-
aa5b-980faf4f2576.rpm

Student Name: Tara Carter
Program: Education
Type of Call: Dissertation Oral
Presentation Topic: A Change is Gonna Come: Critical Race Theory and African
American Community College Faculty Narratives
Link: http://www2.eintercall.com/moderator/presentation/Playback?id=5be4d53c-6ce7-4ad1-
bbb5-961d7ab0f779.rpm


Student Name: Shakeria Chaney
Program: EDUC Education
Type of Call: Dissertation Oral
Presentation Topic: improving teachers Usage of Informational Texts in the Classroom
Link: http://www2.eintercall.com/moderator/presentation/Playback?id=a1466353-6a88-45c9-
bbf8-cefa9cf4f43a.rpm



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