Undergraduate Student Thesis Presentations – Sara Gauthier and Stephanie Pilon

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CROSH student members Sara Gauthier and Stephanie Pilon are presenting their theses  on Tuesday, April 6th!

Stephanie’s thesis is on “The roles of hand function rehabilitation in post-stroke survivors” and she presents at 7:45pm. Stephanie’s supervisors are Vineet Johnson and Dr. Sylvain Grenier.

Sara’s thesis is on “Use of virtual reality to increase awareness of line-of-sight hazards around industrial equipment” and she presents at 8:00pm. Sara’s supervisor is Dr. Alison Godwin.

Email croshtech@laurentian.ca for the Zoom Link

 

Start timeTitlePresenter
6:00 PMFrom 2012 to 2020: The Media Construction of Christine Sinclair as a Canadian HeroDomynik Huot
6:15 PMSkating through motherhood: A narrative analysis of Instagram stories of elite athlete figure skating mothersSydney Graper
6:30 PMThe Road to Redemption and Inspiration: A Narrative Analysis of Stories of Triathlon Racing and Drug Addiction RecoveryKeira Towers
6:45 PMWhat Images do University Students Believe Effective for an FASD Prevention Campaign?Carlo Circelli
7:00 PMParental/Guardian Involvement and Its Relationship to Self-Efficacy on Youth Soccer PlayersTomas Ceron
7:15: PMComparison of Female and Male University Athletes on Body Image and Pathogenic Weight Control Behaviours.Elin Sievert
7:30 PMThe influence imagery skills development has on the sensation of pain in physically injured athletes”
Allison Reynolds
7:45 PMThe roles of hand function rehabilitation in post-stroke survivorsStephanie Pilon
8:00 PMUse of virtual reality to increase awareness of line-of-sight hazards around industrial equipment.Sara Gauthier
8:15 PMMeta-Analysis on the Effectiveness of Resistance Training on Bone Loss Mitigation during Long-Duration SpaceflightEric Dumais