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2022 Faculty Research Conference

May 17 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

2022 Ramapo College Faculty Research Conference Schedule

Faculty Resource Center (FRC) is sponsoring an annual research conference organized by the Research & Writing Exchange (RWE) and the Research Committee @ ASB (RCAA) to showcase the positive impact of Ramapo College’s academic scholarship. This in-person event will provide exciting opportunities for participation, collaboration, and dialogue related to scholarly research. Academic Scholars from all Ramapo units will share their current research with the Ramapo College Community.  Coffee, tea, and light refreshments will be served during the event in Pavilion 3.

Facilitator: Dr. Fariba Nosrati

For members of the Ramapo College Community wanting to attend this event virtually, please register below using your Ramapo College email address.  You will receive a Webex invitation shortly after.

Register for Virtual Attendance



Tuesday, May 17

Pavilion 3 from 1pm-4pm

1:00 PM Sanford Shevack From confinement to college: impacts of college in prison education on formerly incarcerated persons of east jersey state prison


1:15 PM Dolly Sacristan and
Colleen Martinez
Using clinical simulation to assess MSW students’ engagement skills


1:30 PM Satarupa Dasgupta The impact of covid-19 on support-seeking and service utilization by south asian victims of intimate partner violence in the us


1:45 PM Tufan Ekici Stock market fluctuations and inflationary expectations: financial or animal spirits?


2:00 PM Ali Al-Juboori Ordered clustering-based algorithm for e-commerce recommendation system


2:15 PM Ali Aljuboori and
Nour El Imane Zeghib
Multi-route plan for reliable services in fog-based healthcare monitoring systems


2:30 PM Liat Shklarski,
Yael Latzer and Kathleen Ray
The impact of the covid-19 pandemic on social work instructors: the case of Israel


2:45 PM Martha Ecker Radicalizing the leadership: the militant minority in local 10 of the metropolitan union of postal clerks: 1937-1962


3:00 PM Ann LePore and
Geri Hahn
Timing and motion of a synesthetic visualization of max waves’ loom as digitally animated in 3 dimensions


3:15 PM Aaron van Klyton Artificial intelligence and market inefficiency in supply chain management


3:30 PM Gladys Torres- Baumgarten and
Thierry Rakotobe-Joel
Multilatina’s leadership role in corporate social responsibility & sustainability effort in Latin America


3:45 PM William Jones Event-related potentials differentiate gender-based responses to brands









May 17
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm