Building a Lunsford Presentation
Ever wonder how a Lunsford presentation got started in the research proposal stage? Or how a student pivots back from the presentation to a research paper?
There are a lot of steps that go into developing a Lunsford-award-winning presentation. Below, you'll find some materials that may help you and your students understand what student winners’ processes have been like when transforming their research project into a powerful oral/multimedia presentation. See below for a collection of the materials that go into Building a Lunsford Award winner: Research Proposal, scripts, slides, RBA and scaffolding assignments.
Note: Student winners have generously shared their PWR 2 work for teaching and learning purposes in the context of our PWR 2 classroom. Please find the consent form for each student in their representative Canvas folder.
All materials are PWR-only and require a Canvas log-in.
Liv Jenks "Charting a Car-Free Route Forward: Addressing Resident Opposition to Green Urbanism"
Amantina Rossi, "Pelo Malo: An Exploration of the Dominican Mother- Daughter Dynamics"
Haley Stafford "Environmental Equity at Bay: Climate-Driven Evictions in Jakarta, Indonesia"
Link to Canvas folder, including
- Research Proposal: multiple drafts/Annotated Bibliography, Mining reading
- Research Presentation materials: Rehearsal Presentation, Research Presentation Script, Research Presentation Reflection Memo, Research Presentation final slides
- RBA: RBA draft/final
See Haley’s reflection in “Up close with Student Award Winners”
Max Jaradetzky, “«Trop clean pour toi » : Investigating the Diverse Dynamics of English Language Borrowing in French Rap Music”
Lauren Seabrooks, ""Breaking from the Cycle: Causes and Effects of Intergenerational Parental Incarceration."
Kaelyn Ong “Where Disability and Design Meet: Solving Mismatches, Not "Disabled” (Award winning Lunsford Presentation will be available soon)