Posts Tagged ‘presentation’

Research Poster Presentation (TPUP)

Monday, April 15th, 2019

Today we presented our research at the University of Wisconsin in Superior! We went there as a class of 10, and we joined 27 of our peers from UWS and UMD who were also presenting their research. First there was a one hour lecture on a culturally salient topic, and then there was the poster presentation itself. Presenting research in front of an audience might sound like an imposing endeavor to some, but truly, it is a most casual occasion in which people just talk about the intellectual projects that motivates them. At the event of the event, we all watched three students give an oral presentation overviewing their projects. Seeing how well done they were, part of me wished I had found the time to get an oral presentation together as well!

Research Poster

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019

Today, in my empirical research capstone course, we revised the drafts we all came up with for our respective research projects.  We will be presenting them at the University of Wisconsin (Superior) next Monday, so we all worked together on getting ready for the event. Poster presentations are usually the culmination of a research project: the time at which you synthesize a year-long process into a 3 minute exposition of the motivating reason of the project, the methodology, the findings, the implications, and possible future lines of inquiry researchers should consider upon expanding on your research. Normally, when most students think of a verbal presentation they think of an overwhelming experience, but truly, after almost two semesters working on this, it feels like a breeze to talk (only!) 3 minutes about your research!

Capstone Presentations

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Tomorrow I will be presenting my Doctor of Physical Therapy Capstone presentation. I have been working on this project for nearly 8 months and it is extremely exciting to be able to share with my peers my project. I chose to write a case report of one of the patient’s that I was fortunate enough to work with on my internship. Due to unforeseen circumstances the patient required life-saving quadruple amputation. My presentation will specifically discuss the in’s-and-out’s of the upper extremity prosthetic fitting and training for this patient. It has been an extremely rewarding experience to complete my own case report. Upon further review I plan to submit this paper to a scholarly journal for future publication – what a way to wrap up my doctoral work at CSS!


Internship Assignments

Monday, January 8th, 2018


Greg Sandbulte Presentation

Thursday, October 12th, 2017

This was a really interesting presentation and I really liked how Greg Sandbulte chose to present everything. I liked how he went through his history of work experience that got him to this point in his life and all of what he is involved in now.  And then he ended everything with things that he has learned and tips he would give to people in a business. Which most of those tips can really be broken down to being your best most professional self and stick to it if you wish to succeed in life.