Human Rights Center Graduate Fellows Panel
Lauren Durnwald, Carly Hube, Miranda Melone, Emily Mosca
Human rights Center Graduate Fellows will present their supported research and explore linkages to international human rights and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). 1. Miranda Melone, "Achieving the Common Good," A presentation of research evaluating the effectiveness of a University of Dayton immersion trip to Zambia through the lens of the Sustainable Development Goals. 2. Lauren Durnwald, “Human rights and development in Malawi: Sustaining global partnerships,” The aim of this presentation is to use the framework of SDGs 4: Quality Education and 17: Partnerships for the Goals to reflect on the partnership between the University of Dayton and Determined to Develop NGO (D2D) through the lens of the Malawi Graduate Fellowship and Malawi Research Practicum. 3. Carly Hube & Emily Mosca, “Restraint and Seclusion in Ohio Schools,” This study examines two different aspects of restraint and seclusion in schools, the school psychologist’s perceptions and experiences with restraint and seclusion, and how Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) impact the number of restraints and seclusions that occur.
Primary Advisor's Department
Human Rights Center
Stander Symposium project, College of Arts and Sciences
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions; Quality Education
"Human Rights Center Graduate Fellows Panel" (2020). Stander Symposium Projects. 1808.