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Andrew Abdow Peer Reviews

Ari Bleemer
Student Protest
This was overall an excellent presentation. The design of the digital poster aided by the use of
prezi was a good design choice and fit very well with the subject matter. There was an effective use of
contrast, organization, and bold words. It was stylish, eye catching, and well designed. Furthermore his
presentation was very strong as he spoke clearly and annunciated very well. I could not sense any
nervousness, and he came across as very knowledgeable. There was lots of depth and certainly no lack of
information provided.
On the flip side, I felt he spoke somewhat fast at times, which made the presentation feel
somewhat rushed, however Im sure this was to account for the five minute limit, which he did exceed.
Sathvik Kadavera
LGBT Communities on Campus
I felt Sathvik was knowledgeable about the topic which he was presenting. It seemed as if he had
thoroughly researched his topic as he was informative, and his poster was full of information.
My first impression of his presentation was the poster, which was overall underwhelming. It
lacked flare and visual appeal, with the exception of the rainbow stripe at the top. Aside from this it was
mostly devoid of design elements as there was a minimal use of bold faced words and images.
Additionally, it featured large blocks of text and overall had a very plain look. I believe the presentation
could have benefitted from increased use of body language, as he stood rather rigidly the entire
presentation. My final remark is that he seemed to deviate from the topic of communities on campus at
times, which somewhat threw me.
Jordan Madison
Something about sexuality??
Jordans poster excelled aesthetically, and I felt he did an excellent job styling it. While it did
lack bold words and emphasis, and did at time present large blocks of text, I felt it was overall well done.
I thought his actual presentation was strong as well. He seemed very comfortable in the spotlight and not
at all nervous. He had a very nonchalant, informal, and relaxed attitude and made it seem easy.
On the contrary, I found it difficult to follow the presentation, and I dont feel I gathered as much
from it as I could have. Jordan promised that I would understand the significance of his wordy title later
on in the presentation but I never really did. At times, I was unsure about what the topic he was
presenting actually was.
Amanda Remus
Transgender Inclusivity on Campus
Amandas presentation was strong. She spoke clearly, and although not the most expressive, was
informative and interesting. Additionally, her presentation was stylish and had an appealing design which
I felt effectively used pictures and other design elements.
I do feel however that some design elements were lacking, such as the use of bold face text for
emphasis. Furthermore, she often resorted to reading off of the slides as opposed to actually presenting,
which I felt was an indication that too much information was displayed on the slides.

Phillip Murray
Resource Allocation
I felt that Phillip spoke very clearly and confidently throughout the entirety of the presentation.
Out of all of the presentation, I thought he had the best word choice; a very good use of vocabulary. I

know this can be difficult to do when in the spotlight so I certainly commend it highly. Furthermore, his
use of body language was effective and he did not seem nervous at all. I thought his poster was well
designed and effectively used visuals and other design elements. It certainly did not lack information, and
his presentation was very informative and interesting.
My once criticism is that his poster was somewhat plainly designed. It was well organized, but
was certainly not the most eye catching or appealing.
Joseph Sterling
Classroom Size
I thought Joseph was well composed and collected throughout his entire presentation. It was
informative and certainly well prepared. Additionally, his poster made good use of contrast, as certain
aspects really stood out. There was also a multitude of hyperlinks and visuals present and I feel he made
good use of them.
I did feel however that the poster was lacking in variation and felt very uniform overall, with
especially little variety to fonts. Furthermore, he did seem a little nervous and spoke somewhat softly.
He definitely could have presented in a more engaging manner.
Sarah Wilcox
Free Speech vs. Safe Space
I thought this was an interesting topic to present on and appreciated its uniqueness. Her
presentation was strong, as I could tell it was well rehearsed and informative. She seemed confident and
collected throughout. The poster was both stylish and well organized and made effective use of pictures
and hyperlinks.
However, the presentation did feature big blocks of text which I felt were unnecessary and
detracted from the more stylish elements. Additionally, there was a minimal use of body language and
she said umm frequently, which made her seem uncertain or unconfident. Overall it was without a
doubt a strong presentation.
Meredith Wolpert
Sexual Assault
I felt everything about this presentation was well done. There was a good use of body language,
and Meredith spoke very clearly. Additionally she seemed very knowledgeable about her topic and
presented confidently without any hint of nervousness. The presentation was also well done, and I
appreciated the variation in fonts, which significantly improved its appeal. It was well formatted and
extensively utilized hyperlinks and visuals.
I dont really have any criticisms for this presentation, I felt it was very solid.
Grace Kehoe
Freshman Engagement Program
I felt the strongest part of this presentation was the design of the poster. Thats not to say that the
presentation wasnt good as well, but I really felt the poster was exceptionally well done. I really liked
how images were imposed on the background image of what I remember to be a bedroom. It was a cool
effect which made the poster very appealing. I could tell lots of effort was put in to making it, rather than
just letting a prezi template do all of the work. I felt her presentation was strong in the beginning as she
appeared confident and collected. She did not seem nervous at all and I enjoyed listening to what she had
to say.
However, I do feel that her presentation declined in quality the longer she stood in front of the
class. She seemed almost to become less confident toward the end which did not help her make a strong
conclusion.
Rebecca Kaufman

Campus Rape, Sexual Assault


I felt the strongest part of this presentation was the presentation itself. Rebecca spoke clearly and
confidently and did not at all appear to be nervous. Additionally, I appreciated how she never really
seemed to need the presentation to guide her and everything she said seemed to be coming straight from
her own head. This made her presentation stand out as it made her look like a naturally good presenter
and well prepared. I felt the poster was well designed, stylish, and certainly took advantage of some
design elements.
Other design elements may have been lacking however. While the poster made good use of
contrast, it did not feature much variation in font, and didnt seem to utilize bold faced text for emphasis
effectively.
Sarah Golden
Lack of Mental Health Education
I felt this was one of the more interesting topics of the day, and really did hold my attention over
others. Sarah was definitely appeared to be a very comfortable and experienced presenter, as she seemed
knowledgeable and spoke very clearly. Additionally, I thought her poster was very stylish and appealing,
using all design elements effectively. Her use of statistics was very effective as well, and complemented
the information she presented.
I do however feel she was somewhat rigid as there was not at all much body language. She was
engaging, but could have been more so if she had lightened up.
Kate Bosen
Kates presentation was overall very good, and she effectively communicated with the audience.
I thought she was expressive, engaging and informative. She did not seem nervous at all and evidently is
very comfortable when presenting. Additionally, I felt her poster was designed well, and effectively used
contrast and bold faced text to its advantage. It created an aesthetically pleasing poster which featured
plenty of information.
I do however feel that her use of body language was somewhat lacking, and she seemed stiff at
times. This didnt detract too much from the performance, but I do believe that if you speak expressively,
a little body language can go a long way in complementing the performance.
Chris Jacobs
I felt Chriss presentation was very informative and well rehearsed. It was without a doubt the
strongpoint of his presentation and I thoroughly enjoyed listening to what he had to say. Additionally
was confident, collected, and did not seem nervous at any point in his presentation. I appreciated that
most of the presentation came from his head and not directly from the poster.
Speaking of which, I do feel that this was where the most improvement was needed. It appeared
somewhat amateurish with little use of contrast or unique fonts.

Chris Bauer Peer Review


Ari Bleemer
Student Protests and why they start on campus
Done Well:
Good voice projection, audience engagement, and overall confidence in your presentation. The Prezi was
also designed well with informative pictures, organization, and contrast of the text and background.
Could be improved:

The pacing could have been better as you were not able to present all of the information in 5 minutes. To
do this perhaps you could have hit on some key points instead of going in-depth. Also you could have
talked more about the physical poster instead of just your project.
Sathvik Kadaveru
LGBT Community on Campus
Done Well:
The design of the poster was great. The use of boxes to separate the information allowed for a very clear
presentation. The title was also well done as it tied in your topic.
Could be improved:
Seemed to be nervous while presenting. More confidence in your presentation will come with time. The
use of pictures or visuals in your presentation would have been good to keep the audience engaged with
your presentation.
Jordan Madison
Duplication Waltz of Metationia and Expectation
Done Well:
Good projection of voice and hand movement. Overall you seemed confident and presented your topic
rather than simply reading from the screen. The use of Prezi aided your presentation because it made it
dynamic. Good relation to Commencement and the use of Youtube videos made it even more multimodal
Could be improved:
Pacing could be better. Seemed to be rushed at the end. Also you could have included hyperlinks so that
people could have gotten more information.
Amanda Remus
Transgender inclusivity on College campuses
Done Well:
Project voice clearly and seemed calm and confident. Good use of visuals and pictures to explain what it
means to be a transgender. Good use of circles and boxes to create separation. Good pacing allowed for
an under 5-minute presentation and also included hyperlinks for more info.
Could be improved:
Instead of reading off of Prezi could have presented more and elaborated on points. Could have
connected it to Moo better
Joseph Sterling
Classroom Size in higher education
Done Well:
Related the topic clearly to Moo. The poster was laid out well by using white text and being boxed off by
yellow. Used hyperlinks which is important for the audience engagement. Good use of the picture in the
middle. It was relevant to the presentation and also drew in the audiences eyes.
Could be improved:
More change of tone and excitement in presentation. More elaboration on information. Overall the
presentation could not have been improved much
Phillip Murray
Resource allocation in higher education
Done Well:
Spoke confidently and with a good pace. Projected voice and used body language. Broke down the topic
in an organized way and used good topic transitions. Used hyperlinks which could be referenced for
additional information.

Could be improved:
Could have used more information and evidence. Related more to Moo.
Sarah Wilcox
Free speech vs Safe speech
Done Well:
I like the introduction to your topic. The use of boxes and arrows were good for proximity and
alignment. Good change in tone of voice and voice projection. The images you used were relevant and the
transitions were good. Use of hyperlinks and video allow for more information if the audience wants.
Could be improved:
Could improve pacing by only hitting on key information. Also you shouldnt really include your
personal opinion of love over hate. Overall great presentation.
Meredith Wolpert
Gender roles and sexual assault in fraternities
Done Well:
Engaged audience with questions which was great. Spoke confidently and projected your voice. The
visual and variance of font color engaged the audience well. Great connection to Commencement. The
YouTube video was also a nice touch.
Could be improved:
Would like to have seen more information about how gender roles effect rape besides the one slide and
visual. Didnt really connect it to fraternities. Just to colleges in general and Phi Tau which can be
considered an outlier.
Grace Kehoe
Freshman engagement and academic performance
Done Well:
The poster design was great, it fit right with your topic. It was also filled with pictures, graphs, and
hyperlinks which was great. Presented well and spoke confidently
Could be improved:
The information was all over the place. I wasnt really sure how all of it related back to your topic. Also
a lot of the information game from Georgia Tech and not colleges in general.
Rebecca Kaufman
Campus Rape
Done Well:
The use of the acronym was great. It allowed you to organize your presentation into 4 categories. The
intro to the topic was also great. You projected your voice clearly. The use of video, images, and links
kept the audience engaged. I liked how you presented the information rather than just reading it.
Could be improved:
Seemed slightly nervous and spoke quickly. In the conclusion you started to input your personal
opinion. The cartoon was funny, but good be seen as offensive to some parties.
Sarah Golden
Lack of mental health education
Done Well:
Used good color contrast and several images and graphs. The relation to Moo was great. You were able
to pace your presentation so that you finished right around 5 minutes. Spoke confidently and seemed
confident. You went more in depth than on poster which was good.
Could be improved:

Didnt really engage audience or use body language. Lack of information on screen. Layout of pictures
could have been more structured. Why does religion matter?
Alex Biester Peer Review
Presenter Name: Ari Bleemer
Research Focus: Student Protest
What was done well? He seemed to be very composed and showed good body language. He also used
nice transitions and included a solid introduction.
What could be improved? I did not see any hyperlinks so maybe those could be added into the
presentation next time.
Presenter Name: Sathvik Kadaveru
Research Focus: LGBT Communities on Campus
What was done well? He had a nice introduction to his topic. His poster was very organized and included
many hyperlinks to other websites.
What could be improved? More pictures could have been incorporated into the presentation and his body
language indicated he may have been a little nervous.
Presenter Name: Jordan Madison
Research Focus: The Duplicitous Waltz of Metanoia
What was done well? He used a good introduction and was very composed throughout the
presentation. He also did a good job incorporating a video into the prezi.
What could be improved? I think he could have improved his transitions from one idea to the next a little
bit.
Presenter Name: Amanda Remus
Research Focus: Methods of Transgender Inclusivity on College Campuses
What was done well? She did a good job with her composure as well as her pacing. She also did a good
job incorporating many hyperlinks to various websites.
What could be improved? There was one slide with small font that was difficult to read.
Presenter Name: Joey Sterling
Research Focus: Classroom Size in Higher Education
What was done well? His presentation was organized very well. He included many relevant pictures as
well as many hyperlinks for additional information.
What could be improved? His body language seemed to show a little bit of nervousness.
Presenter Name: Phillip Murray
Research Focus: Resource Allocation in Higher Education
What was done well? He used a very good introduction into his topic. He also did a good job with his
pacing throughout the presentation.
What could be improved? He could have incorporated a few more pictures or graphs.

Presenter Name: Sarah Wilcox


Research Focus: Free Speech v. Safe Space
What was done well? She did a really good job with transitioning from one idea to the next. Also, all of
her words were in appropriately sized font.

What could be improved? She seemed to be slightly nervous and used words like um and like a few
times.
Presenter Name: Meredith Wolpert
Research Focus: Womens Gender and Fraternity Sexual Assault
What was done well? She did a good job with audience involvement. She also did a good job with font
by bolding important words and incorporated relevant graphs.
What could be improved? She could have introduced her topic a little more before diving into it.
Presenter Name: Grace Kehoe
Research Focus: How Freshman Engagement Effects Freshman Retention Rate
What was done well? She did a good job keeping good pacing throughout the presentation. She also did a
good job incorporating lots of statistics and hyperlinks.
What could be improved? She could have organized the poster a little more because some of the fonts
were pretty small.
Presenter Name: Rebecca Kaufman
Research Focus: Campus Rape
What was done well? She included many relevant visuals and hyperlinks. She also did a good job with
audience engagement.
What could be improved? She could have maybe slowed down her pacing a bit.
Presenter Name: Sarah Golden
Research Focus: Lack of Mental Health Education in Universities
What was done well? She did a very good job with the organization of her presentation. She also
included many relevant images.
What could be improved? She said um and like a few times at the end of her sentences.
Presenter Name: Kate Bosen
Research Focus: Freshman Experience
What was done well? She did a good job with her pacing throughout her presentation. She also did a
good job with the contrast and color in her presentation.
What could be improved? She also said um and like a few times.
Presenter Name: Chris Jacobs
Research Focus: Sexual Assault
What was done well? He did a good job with transitioning to each idea. He also included many useful
and relevant images.
What could be improved? He could have introduced his topic a little better.
Ari Bleemer Peer Review
Presenter Name: Kate Bosen
Research Focus: The Freshman Experience
What was done well?
Explained layout and why it was used well
Well-presented: steady pacing, good volume, well-composed
Nice looking poster and easy navigation
Nicely laid out with many links
What could be improved?

Stood behind podium entire time so didnt use body language


Said you know repeatedly
Would have liked some more visuals on poster

Presenter Name: Chris Jacobs


Research Focus: Sexual Assault
What was done well?
Transitioned well between subjects
Nice visuals on poster with good statistics
Poster is easy to read and navigate
What could be improved?
Stood behind podium entire time so little to no body language
Used antiquated many times (good word but try to vary vocabulary a little more)
Poster is not very visually appealing and charts, although good, are hard to read
Presenter Name: Donju Lee
Research Focus: Stigmas in College
What was done well?
Stood in between screens and had good hand movement/body language other than having one
hand in a pocket for part of the presentation
Eye contact was generally good even though spent some time looking at the screen
Poster is easy to read
Good volume, steadily paced and composed
What could be improved?
Technique picture on poster is impossible to read
Layout of poster would be improved and I think the emphasized words/titles should be more
emphasized by using bigger or bold text
and thats it conclusion
Presenter Name: Alex Crowley
Research Focus: Undergraduate STEM Research Leads to Students Personal and Professional Success
What was done well?
Nice, specific topic
Well-organized poster
Transitioned well through poster
Solid eye contact
Good discussion of charts on poster
What could be improved?
Color scheme on poster is somewhat hard to read for a color blind person (underlined items)
Charts are very hard to read
Stood behind podium and didnt use any body language
Conclusion was yeah
Presenter Name: Alex Biester
Research Focus: How Price Elasticity of Tuition Varies Among Different Socioeconomic Classes
What was done well?
Great discussion of poster
Well-organized poster, easy to read and good amount of information
Steady pace and good volume

What could be improved?


Little to no body language because behind podium
Most of eye contact was directed at Dr. Forsthoefel rather than the whole audience
Presenter Name: Erin Oakes
Research Focus: Womens Choice of College Major
What was done well?
Great looking poster and infographs, very easy to read and good amount of information
Good introduction and connection back to Commencement
Explained poster well and nice inclusion of links in text
Well-paced, confident, and good volume
What could be improved?
Stood behind podium the whole time so although body language was evident, much of it wasnt
seen by majority of audience
Presenter Name: Andrew Abdow
Research Focus: Women in STEM
What was done well?
Good body language even though spent most of the presentation behind the podium so some of it
was missed
Well composed and confident
Nice looking poster, well laid out and good information
What could be improved?
Colors of poster are unbalanced
Presentation was a little jumpy between subjects (could have used some transitions)
Decent eye contact but looked almost entirely at Dr. Forsthoefel rather than whole audience
Presenter Name: Alex Rahban
Research Focus: The Female Advantage in Educational Attainment and the Gender Gap
What was done well?
Good introduction and explanation of poster
Solid transitions between subjects
Informative graphs/charts on poster, well-organized poster, effective use of color for emphasis
Steady pace, enough volume and confident
What could be improved?
Stood behind podium entire time and had no body language
Not much eye contact
Concluded with and thats it
Presenter Name: Chris Bauer
Research Focus: Transgender Inclusiveness in College
What was done well?
Great looking poster, well-organized, good information
Effective quick explanation of poster
Solid conclusion that brought together entire presentation
Well-paced, confident
What could be improved?
Stood behind the podium the entire time
Looked at the screens primarily rather than at the audience

Presenter Name: Charles Nguyen


Research Focus: Rape Culture of College Campuses
What was done well?
Transitioned well throughout presentation
Really nice looking poster, purpose behind layout and nice use of visuals
Used some body language, good annunciation and tone, solid eye contact
What could be improved?
Didnt seem very confident mostly because of shimmying/uncomfortable movement throughout
presentation
Stood behind podium
Presenter Name: Moriah Skinner
Research Focus: Womens NPC Sororities Do Not Have a Negative Impact on Undergraduate Education
What was done well?
Stood in between screens and had effective body language
Looked at the screen many times but otherwise good eye contact
Nice use of color for emphasis
Used both screens very well for access to both sides of poster
Recovered well after getting flustered in the middle of the presentation
What could be improved?
Charts are too small to appreciate
White text on the poster is somewhat hard to read
Presenter Name: Aman Nair
Research Focus: The Connection Between Pell Grants and Graduation Rates
What was done well?
Engaged audience
Used poster well during presentation
Evident introduction, transitions and conclusion
Well composed, confident, frequent eye contact even though looked at screen a lot, quick but
steady pace, enough volume
Great looking poster, really well organized and effective amount of information
What could be improved?
Graphs/charts on poster are very hard to see
Podium blocked most of body language
Presenter Name: Matthew Chan
Research Focus: The F Word: What is it?
What was done well?
Well-constructed introduction and conclusion
Recomposed after faltering early on in the presentation
Stood in between screens and had good body language
Enough volume and good eye contact even though looked down a lot
Visually pleasing, well-organized poster
What could be improved?
Seemed nervous and spoke a little too quickly
Would have liked some more graphics on poster

Presenter Name: Arielle Margulies


Research Focus: Learned Leaders: How Sororities Prepare Our Girls
What was done well?
Thought it was the best presentation of the day
Great introduction and explained structure of poster very well
Stuck to task and actually explained all aspects of poster rather than focusing on the information
Steady pacing, composed and good volume
Well-organized and visually appealing poster
What could be improved?
Stood behind the podium so not much effective body language
Would have liked some charts/graphs on poster
Kate Bosen Peer Review
Presenter Name: Dongju Lee
Research Focus: Stigmas in College
What was done well?
Good use of color and amount of text
Nice, controlled presentation voice, can tell you know the material well
What could be improved?
Alignment of pictures and text is off
Bigger pictures would enhance the poster
Presenter Name: Alex Crowley
Research Focus: Undergrad STEM Research
What was done well?
Color Scheme and amount of text
Relaxed and confident speaking
Love the graphs
What could be improved?
Some spacing and alignment in the middle of the poster was weird
Your name would have looked better closer to the title
Presenter Name: Alex Biester
Research Focus: Price Elasticity of Tutition Varies Among Different Socioeconomic Classes
What was done well?
Great organization and alignment
Interesting graphs
What could be improved?
Needs more attention-keeping color very subdued colors that lulled me to sleep
Maybe more hyperlinks would be good
Presenter Name: Erin Oakes
Research Focus: Womens Choice of College Major
What was done well?
LOVE the infographic
Great use of links
Well-prepared speaking
What could be improved?
Some alignment of text was weird
Some text ran into graphics
Presenter Name: Andrew Abdow

Research Focus: Underrepresenting women in STEM


What was done well?
Good color scheme
I like the statistics in parentheses
What could be improved?
The link for more info hyperlink is in an awkward spot
Your understanding of the feminist issue is flawed
Presenter Name: Alex Rahban
Research Focus: Female Advantage in Education Attainment and the Gender Gap
What was done well?
I like how you explained format of the poster first
Good text emphasis
Solid text/picture alignment
What could be improved?
You said a couple of times that men were at a disadvantage in education a couple of times,
which did not make sense. I think I get the idea of what you were really trying to say, but I think
you should choose a different word.
Presenter Name: Chris Bauer
Research Focus: Transgender inclusiveness on college campus
What was done well?
I like the references to statistics and specific legislation (title 9)
Informative graphics
Good job explaining poster layout
What could be improved?
Sometimes you used the word sex when you really meant to use gender which weakened your
credentials on the subject
Jane Smiley wrote Moo, not Commencement. Sorry if a lot of other people pointed this out as
well!
Presenter Name: Charles Nguyen
Research Focus: Rape Culture on College Campus
What was done well?
Great use of videos and visuals
I liked when you elaborated on the pictures without reading your poster text
Good text alignment
What could be improved?
Need to explain the actual poster more
You read straight from the slides in the beginning
Defining some of your less obvious terms would help you
Rape Law Education slide had differently sized sister graphs
Presenter Name: Moriah Skinner
Research Focus: NPC sororities have positive effect
What was done well?
Great color scheme
Moved out from behind the podium which was a nice change
Lots of hyperlinks
Effective use of graphs
What could be improved?
Excess negative space between columns
Picture placement was a little awkward

White graph was hard to read and lost its effectiveness you could crop and rescale and type the
title above it so you can read it more easily
Presenter Name: Aman Nair
Research Focus: Pell Grants vs. Graduation Rates
What was done well?
Clear alignment with the columns
Confident speaking
Interesting and specific topic
What could be improved?
Poster was image heavy on the left
Could use more links
Seafoam is generally an offensive color and I advise against ever using it. Maybe a warmer teal?
Crowds love teal.
Presenter Name: Matthew Chen
Research Focus: The F Word
What was done well?
A+ job defining feminism
flow of thoughts was clear and organized
Good links!
Your research on the subject really showed and we could see that you killed it!
What could be improved?
Too many ums and likes obstructed your speech sometimes
Check your prezi path
Not sure what you mean by cooler on the feminism misunderstood slide
Presenter Name: Arielle Margulies
Research Focus: Learned Leaders
What was done well?
Thank you for taking the time to explain your layout and theme I feel it added to the
presentation
Great pictures
Loved the explanation of the colonization process
What could be improved?
Long paragraphs can be discouraging to readers. Maybe condense and then add a bunch of links
for further reading.

Alexandra Crowley Peer Review


1. Ari
Student Protest
Things Done Well: loud and clear voice, knowledgeable about his topic, used class space effectively,
consistent eye contact, good use of embedded videos
Things to Work On: spend less time on explaining tangential/unnecessary information and examples,
simplify slides to make them less busy, mix text and pictures on slides, include hyperlinks, and follow the
time limit

2. Sathvik
LGBT Community on College Campuses
Things Done Well: loud voice, clear and appealing page layout, fantastic use of hyperlinks, great breadth
of information presented, unbiased and clear information, thorough presentation
Things to Work On: Using more images and less text, making the presentation slightly less in-depth,
including less anecdotal facts, following the time limit
3. Jordan
Finding Sexuality and Self While at School
Things Done Well: clear voice, very comfortable as a public speaker, very good support of his
information, excellent references to sources
Things to Work On: speaking less colloquially, focusing less on the connection to Commencement,
showing more support from the scholarly articles, and including only completely relevant information
(Note: It may not have been the best decision to show the video, what with the time limit)
4. Amanda
Transgenders on College Campuses
Things Done Well: Good use of pictures, clear voice, clearly knowledgeable about her topic, perfect
amount of generalizing a broad topic, perfect presentation length
Things to Work On: The layout of Prezi didnt help her presentation, as it was too distracting, not
everything was legible because of the font size and Prezi layout, the presentation was mostly comprised
of examples and anecdotes, rather than information
5. Joey
Class Sizes Effects on Higher Education
Things Done Well: Great page layout, great amount of hyperlinks, perfect timing. I enjoy how he
discussed the effects on students as well as professors.
Things to Work On: Slightly too wordy boxes of texts, the size of the text was slightly too small
6. Phillip

Resource Allocation in Higher Education


Things Done Well: Very well-organized and logical presentation, comfortable and clear speaker, good
breakdown of thoughts and concepts, good use of hyperlinks, perfect level of language complexity
Things to Work On: Wordy slides, irrelevant/ineffective pictures included, should incorporate
hyperlinks a bit more into his presentation
7. Sarah W
Free Speech and Safe Spaces
Things Done Well: Fantastic design layout, information presents both sides of the issue, clear and
concise speaker, good generalization of very complex ideas
Things to Work On: slightly tangential introduction to information, and inclusion of her opinion wasnt
necessary and took away from the serious tone of her presentation
8. Merideth
Gender Roles and Frat Sexual Assaults on Campus
Things Done Well: comfortable speaker with a clear voice, very good level of language used, kept
audiences attention, good use of hyperlinks, didnt establish her own opinion in the presentation (which
would have detracted from her information)
Things to Work On: Read from the screen frequently, the Prezis features distracted from her
presentation (there were too many colors and it appeared more haphazard that intended)
9. Grace
Freshmen Engagement and Academic Performance
Things Done Well: good explanation of ideas, good amount of statistics and anecdotes, made the issues
relevant, very interesting information was reported in the presentation, excellent cadence of her voice
Things to Work On: try making the poster less distracting from your information, try not to read as
much from the slides, use less colloquial language, establish a clear visual flow with your poster, and try
not to incorporate your opinion into the presentation
10. Rebecca

Sexual Assault on Campus


Things Done Well: clear and commanding voice, great and relevant images used, good use of hyperlinks
and extensions, made the information relevant, good generalization of a large amount of information
Things to Work On: try to speak more slowly, choose a Prezi setup that isnt as complex (it was
distracting), and try to give the facts without demonstrating your own opinion. Also, you may have
wanted to address that males can be victimsnot just perpetratorsof sexual assault. I understand that this
was likely a result of the time constraint, but it would have been a good point to mention briefly.
11. Sarah G
Lack of Mental health Education at Colleges
Things Done Well: Wonderful layout of poster, good use of hyperlinks, great knowledge of the topic,
useful images, and perfect generalization of a large amount of information
Things to Work On: She read from the screen, and used language that is slightly too colloquial
Sarah Golden Peer Review
Presenter Name: Kate Basen
Research Focus: The Freshman Experience
What was done well?
Good theme for presentation (space)
Good choices of color/font
Very calm when talking
What could be improved?
Use the words um, you know, and actually less when speaking
Presenter Name: Chris Jacobs
Research Focus: Sexual Assault
What was done well?
Did not just read off poster but made sure to use the points listed as facts and specific reference
points
What could be improved?
Poster color (lime green) was very bright
Poster was somewhat plain and unorganized
Presenter Name: Donju Lee
Research Focus: Stigmas in College
What was done well?
Poster had a lot of valuable information
Really good body language

Consistently pointed to the poster when referencing specific facts


What could be improved?
Did not completely explain the definition/meaning of stigmas or the various stigmas found in
colleges
Presenter Name: Alex Crowley
Research Focus: Undergraduate STEM Research Leads to Personal/Professional Success
What was done well?
Relevant relationship to Moo, discussing how Bob did undergraduate research
Poster was very factual and organized into bullet points within specific topics, making it clear and
easy to read
Good transitions between the different points being made
What could be improved?
Could have included more visuals on the poster
Presenter Name: Alex Biester
Research Focus: How Price Elasticity of Tuition Varies Among Different Socioeconomic Class
What was done well?
Poster had a lot of interesting, relevant facts that were clearly defined
Great mix of text and visuals
What could be improved?
Looked down while reading off of the poster, making it sometimes hard to understand
Presenter Name: Erin Oakes
Research Focus: Womens Choice of College Major
What was done well?
Prezi was visually appealing (colors/fonts) with really interesting and nicely-made graphics
Very knowledgeable about the topic
What could be improved?
Seemed nervous at times
Presenter Name: Andrew Abdow
Research Focus: Women in STEM
What was done well?
Lots of information included on poster, making it easy to read facts and learn more about topics
that werent explicitly stated in the presentation
What could be improved?
Somewhat rambling at certain points
Made a lot of stereotypes (on poster and while talking)
Seemed like some reasons were made up (I think its because)
Presenter Name: Alex Rahban
Research Focus: Female Advantage in Educational Attainment and the Gender Gap
What was done well?
Prezi organized nicely and laid out in an easy-to-follow way
What could be improved?
Topics were completely separated/definedneeded better transitions to make them connect
throughout the presentation
Presenter Name: Chris Bauer

Research Focus: Transgender Inclusiveness


What was done well?
Good choice of fonts and colors in the Prezi
Included a conclusion to sum up final thoughts
What could be improved?
Some of the Prezi slides would have been more interesting if they also had visuals instead of just
words
Presenter Name: Charles Nguyen
Research Focus: Rape Culture
What was done well?
Very descriptive and visual presentation
Lots of interesting facts that were not discussed in other presentations
What could be improved?
Read of slides instead of having different points to make while speaking
Presenter Name: Moriah Skinner
Research Focus: Womens NPC Sororities Do Not Have a Negative Impact on Undergraduate Students
What was done well?
Very calm, good delivery
Organized into different, clearly defined subthemes that were very relevant to the topic being
discussed
What could be improved?
White font on the poster was hard to read
Presenter Name: Arman Nair
Research Focus: Connection Between Pell Grants and Graduation Rates
What was done well?
Audience engagementasking who knows what Pell Grants are
Poster was clearly organized into separate themes
What could be improved?
No transitions between the separate topics discussed
Presenter Name: Matthew Chen
Research Focus: What is Feminism?
What was done well?
Showed passion and knowledge of the topic
What could be improved?
Lots of excess hand movement and unclear body language
Dont say Im sorry Im bad at public speaking while giving your presentation
Presenter Name: Arielle Margulies
Research Focus: Learned LearnersHow Sororities Prepare Girls
What was done well?
Interesting introduction and description of how the exact title/topic was chosen
Good intro slide giving an overview of the presentation
What could be improved?
Sometimes reading directly off slides and looking down
Slides were very long and had a lot of words

Christopher Jacobs Peer Review


Name: Donju Lee
Focus: Stigmas in College
What was done well?:
Use of Hyperlinks to External Pages, Presentation had consistent pacing and wasnt rushed, Talked about
specific things on the poster, Use of color for emphasis on the poster
What could be improved?: Poster was very text heavy. Poor posture and didnt seem confident during the
presentation.

Name: Alex Crowley


Focus: Undergraduate STEM Research
What was done well?: Well Spoken, Very Comfortable speaking, talked about specific things on the
poster, use of informative charts
What could be improved?: Poster color is a bit in in your face, spoke very monotonously, poster doesnt
flow

Name: Alex Biesher


Focus: Change in Tuition
What was done well?: Extremly interesting, effective visuals, Intriguing topic choice
What could be improved?: Read off poster, as a result had no eye contact, unconfident posture

Name: Erin Oakes


Focus: Womens Choice of Major
What was done well?: Effective ties to the books, amazing infographics, looked and spoke confidently,
seemed knowledgeable about the material,

What could be improved?: Some visuals were a little confusing, kept looking at the poster behind her

Name: Andrew Abdow


Focus: Women in STEM
What was done well?: Knew material, good pacing, made a strong argument, not afraid to be
controversial, poster divided well
What could be improved?: Seemed really nervous, text was hard to read, odd conclusion, middle graphics
are distracting

Name: Alex Rahban


Focus: Female Advantage in Education
What was done well?: Intuitive poster, effective graphics, confident, excellent statistics
What could be improved?: typos in poster, read of poster

Name: Chris Bauer


Focus: Transgender Inclusivness
What was done well?: summarized poster, clear speech, very organized, encouraged audience interaction,
great visuals
What could be improved?: nervous pacing was a distraction

Name: Charles Nguyen


Focus: Rape Culture of College Campuses
What was done well?: Detailed and Vivid examples used, Made a very logical argument that was easy to
follow, appealing visuals
What could be improved?: Repetitive tone, Read off the poster,

Name: Moriah Skinner


Focus: Sororitys Effect on Education
What was done well?: Impactful points in her argument, spoke so everyone could understand, useful
graphics on the poster
What could be improved?: Text very hard to read on the poster, didnt seem very prepared, kept turning
around
Name: Aman Nair
Focus: Pell Grants and Graduation Rate
What was done well?: Audience interaction, good use of graphs in presentation, knowledgeable about the
subject, eye contact
What could be improved?: Spoke really fast and seemed nervous

Name: Matthew Chan


Focus: Feminism
What was done well?: Humor, defines terms, use of sources, used voice inflexion, poster was quite
visually appealing
What could be improved?: Nervous, presentation was choppy,

Name: Arielle Marguiles


Focus: Learned Leaders
What was done well?: Good poise and volume, ideas were very clear, poster easy to follow
What could be improved?: Time Management,

Sathvik Kadaveru Peer Review


Kate Bosen - Freshman Experience


Programs that help freshman adapt to a new environment is something that is rarely
talked about, even at Georgia Tech after the first week of fall semester. For this reason, its good
to see a presentation about it. I like how you compared myths to reality, but one of them was
confusing: it said that it was a myth that most freshmen drink, but then you said 69% of
freshman drank alcohol. The last time I checked, 69 is greater than 50. At the end, I felt that
there wasnt much substance in the presentation. I know that scholarly articles dont provide
student testimony of such programs, which I think would have been great to add. You can find
them in many popular articles.
Chris Jacobs - Sexual Assault
On first glance, it looks like there is almost nothing on the posters. Sexual assault is an
issue that is heavily talked about, so I thought there would be more to add. You did a good job
including statistics, which is very important in discussion sexual assault, or any issue for that
matter.
Damien Lee - Stigmas in College
On first impression, your topic look too broad since there are many categories of stigmas.
In my opinion, you should have focused on just one. Overall, there isnt much content in your
poster.
Alex Crowley - Undergrad Research
Of all common campus events discussion topics, undergrad research is rarely brought up.
This is weird because undergrad research is one thing that helps students get jobs after
graduation, which is whole purpose of college, so Im glad you decided to choose this topic. The

information you have on your poster covers many aspects of undergraduate research e.g. the
advantages of undergrad research.
Alex Biester - Change in Tuition
You did a good job explaining the root causes of high tuition increases and its effect on
student enrollment. I also like the use of graphs to support your argument.
Erin Oakes - Womens Choice of College Major
The information you have in your poster is great at explaining the reasons why women
choose the majors that they choose. The argument about women having to choose between
family and career is one that I dont normally see, so its good that you included it.
Andrew Abdow - Women in STEM
The information you have in your poster is great at explaining the reasons why women
are less likely than men to choose STEM. The layout of your poster looks nice. You also did a
good job of addressing stereotype threat and the misconceptions that women have about STEM.
Alex Rahban - Female Advantage
Your topic is interesting since very few people talk about it. You did a good job of
explaining the reasons for the gap in performance between both genders.
Chris Baur - Transgender Inclusiveness
You did a good job of highlighting the obstacles faced by transgender students on and off
campus.
Charles Nguyen - Rape Culture
For such a highly discussed topic, you did a good job explaining it. I liked how you
included popular depictions of rape culture and the glorification of sexual violence.
Moriah Skinner - Sororities

You did a good job of providing adequate information in defense of sororities. You also
did a good job explaining the benefits of sororities and debunking myths surrounding greek life.
Aman Nair - Pell Grants and Graduation
Financial issues in college is rarely talked about in fiction but commonly discussed in
scholarly articles and the media, so I like that you brought it up and related it to class reading.
Your use of charts was very helpful in supporting your argument.
Matthew Chan - Feminism
Nice job tackling a somewhat controversial topic. However, I feel that the whole
presentation was just you listing out organizations for women. You could have added events run
by college campuses to help the audience get a better understanding of feminism.
Arielle Margulies - Learned Leaders
The presentation was mostly about sororities even though the title is Learned Leaders.
Ill give you the benefit of the doubt since you were trying to imply that sororities are places for
women to learn leadership skills. You did a good of incorporating research results into your
presentations.
Rebecca Kaufman Peer Review
Presenter Name: Kate Bosen
Research Focus: The Freshmen Experience

What was done well?


o The frontier idea was interesting and unique
o Calm and composed speaker
o New and interesting topic to cover
What could be improved?
o Maybe include more images/visuals

Presenter Name: Chris Jacobs


Research Focus: Sexual Assault

What was done well?


o Good tie to Georgia Tech with the case at Phi Kappa Tau
o Nice inclusion of relevant statistics
o I found the 2 years to settle rape cases interesting and I hadnt heard that
statistic before

What could be improved?


o Poster was a little simplistic, presentation made up for this but could have
included a little more text/complete thoughts

Presenter Name: Donju Lee


Research Focus: Stigmas in College

What was done well?


o The poster was very clean cut and organized
o Did a good job of not hiding behind the podium
o Spoke loudly and clearly
What could be improved?
o Better and more effective pictures could have been used

Presenter Name: Alex Crowley


Research Focus: Undergraduate Stem Research and Its Effects

What was done well?


o Unique topic
o Was easy to follow presentation; calm and composed speaker
What could be improved?
o Poster had a lot of text, more images could have been a nice touch

Presenter Name: Alex Biester


Research Focus: Tuition and Socioeconomic Classes

What was done well?


o Very specific topic
o Poster was easy to follow and logically set up
What could be improved?
o Spoke quietly
o No hyperlinks

Presenter Name: Erin Oakes


Research Focus: Women and Major

What was done well?


o Really cool poster
o Spoke clearly and loud
o Nice combination of images and text
What could be improved?
o Hid behind podium throughout presentation

Presenter Name: Andrew Abdow


Research Focus: Women in STEM

What was done well?


o Very good speaker, did not hide behind podium and was engaging
o Poster was symmetrical and easy to follow
What could have been improved?
o Poster could have utilized more effective graphics

Presenter Name: Alex Rahban


Research Focus: Female Advantage in Education and Gender Gap

What was done well?


o Very organized presentation and easy to follow
o Did not seem nervous, was a good speaker
What could be improved?

o Bold words in quotes were somewhat distracting

Presenter Name: Chris Bauer


Research Focus: Transgender Inclusiveness

What was done well?


o Really cool background on Prezi, visually appealing
o Informative and to the point
What could be improved?
o Not very many pictures, could have added to the poster and point being made if
there were effective graphics included

Presenter Name: Charles Nguyen


Research Focus: Rape Culture College Campuses

What was done well?


o Very nice examples and connections
o Poster was informative and easy to follow
What could be improved?
o Spoke really quietly

Presenter Name: Moriah Skinner


Research Focus: Impact of NPC Sororities on Education

What was done well?


o Didnt hide behind podium, spoke loudly and clearly
o Interesting topic and organized poster with effective graphics that was easy to
follow
What could be improved?
o White text on poster was difficult to read

Presenter Name: Aman Nair


Research Focus: Pell Grants and Graduation Rates

What was done well?


o Clear and loud speaker; engaged the audience
o Poster organized and easy to follow
What could be improved?
o No hyperlinks included

Presenter Name: Matthew Chen


Research Focus: Feminism

What was done well?


o Nice layout of poster; easy to follow/organized
o Had a lot of great points and strong information
What could be improved?
o Seemed a little nervous, was hard to follow his speaking at points

Presenter Name: Arielle Margulies


Research Focus: Sorority Life Preparing Women

What was done well?


o Nice layout and introduction; explanation of her choice in topic was interesting
o Images went along well with research
o Good speaker, engaging
What could be improved?
o Maybe had a little bit too much text on the poster

Grace Kehoe Peer Review



Presenter Name: Kate Bosen
Research Focus: Freshman Experience Freshman year statistics and depictions
What was done well? She had a great theme for her prezi and used a lot of statistics; her presentation
was concise and to the point with great delivery and visual
What could be improved? Not much improvement was needed honestly, the only thing I can think of
was to include more statistics about academics

Presenter Name: Chris Jacobs
Research Focus: Sexual assault on campus
What was done well? The use of graphics on his digital poster and the inclusion of lots of information in
his spoken presentation
What could be improved? The visual appeal of his poster

Presenter Name: Donju Lee
Research Focus: Stigmas in college
What was done well? Visually appealing poster and an interesting and unique topic choice
What could be improved? He could have given more examples of actual stigmas and his delivery could
have been better, he seemed nervous

Presenter Name: Alex Crowley
Research Focus: Undergraduate research and leading to success
What was done well? She had a great specific topic and connection to Moo, her digital poster was
visually appealing and had a great delivery with good pacing and composure
What could be improved? She could have moved to the center of the room rather than hiding behind
the podium

Presenter Name: Alex Biester
Research Focus: Price elasticity of tuition in different socioeconomic classes
What was done well? He also picked a great specific topic and had a visually appealing digital poster
with a good connection to both Moo and Commencement, and there was a legitimately surprising lack
of strong results between different class levels and tuition increases
What could be improved? He hid behind the podium and could have included more information about
how various majors are affected by price increases because that was an interesting point

Presenter Name: Erin Oakes
Research Focus: Womens choice of college major
What was done well? She had a great delivery and good visuals on prezi and even made her own, as
well as good delivery with solid explanations and clarity in her presentation
What could be improved? Not a lot that I can think of, honestly, she had a great presentation

Presenter Name: Andrew Abdow
Research Focus: Women in STEM fields
What was done well? Good visual digital poster, was organized very nicely
What could be improved? He incorporated a lot of opinions and generalizations in his presentation

Presenter Name: Alex Rahban

Research Focus: Female advantage in education and the gender gap


What was done well? He had a good delivery along with a visually pleasing digital poster
What could be improved? His connection to Commencement was very shaky and the last part of his
presentation disputes some of the facts from his first part

Presenter Name: Chris Bauer
Research Focus: Transgender inclusiveness on college campuses
What was done well? He had a great prezi with good examples from Commencement
What could be improved? He seemed nervous and his delivery could have used improvement

Presenter Name: Charles Nguyen
Research Focus: Rape culture on college campuses
What was done well? His prezi was visually very nice and he included a lot of strong examples
What could be improved? His delivery could be improved, he read off his prezi word for word
sometimes

Presenter Name: Moriah Skinner
Research Focus: NPC Sororities and their positive impact on education
What was done well? She included a lot of hyperlinks on her digital poster, and the color scheme and
image choice was good
What could be improved? Her poster could have been organized better and she seemed nervous and
looked back and read off her poster verbatim a lot

Presenter Name: Aman Nair
Research Focus: Pell grants and their connection to graduation rates
What was done well? He picked a unique topic and had great visuals on his digital poster, and was
engaging with the audience and had good explanations and even included counterarhid guments
What could be improved? The only thing I can think of is that he behind the podium, but overall a great
presentation

Presenter Name: Matthew Chen
Research Focus: Feminism
What was done well? His presentation lacked any bias despite a strong potential for that, he included
lots of supplemental, unopinionated explanations on more than what was just on his prezi, and he was
engaging with the audience
What could be improved? He seemed nervous and his delivery could have been better with better
pacing and composure

Presenter name: Arielle Margulies
Research Focus: How sororities prepare girls to be leaders
What was done well? Her presentation had a unique tree model and she included a lot of evidence from
studies in her prezi
What could be improved? The delivery of her presentation could have been more concise, she almost
over-explained some things

Dongju Peer review

Ari Bleemer
Focus: Campus protests
Well: Very good at public speaking. Has confidence when speaking, clear and loud, open body language.
Slides are very easy to read with many relevant images. Overall good visuals.
Could use work: A little fast paced and not many hyperlinks.
Sathvik Kadaveru
Focus: LGBT Communities on campus
Well: Had good points and knew what he was doing, just that his presentation skills arent the best.
Could use work: Slides are a bit hard to read. Slow and stutters which gets a bit more severe as he gets
nervous and tries to rush (not exactly his fault). Not very many images and closed body language.
Jordan Madison
Focus: Metanoia and expectations
Well: Good visuals, decent at speaking and improvisation. Politically correct.
Could use work: Closed body language and only one video and not much else, no images or hyperlinks.
Amanda Remus
Focus: Methods on including trangenders on campus
Well: Lots of relevant pictures, good speaker. Very smooth presentation.
Could use work: Poster was a little hard to read.
Joseph Sterling
Focus: Classroom size in higher education
Well: Good at public speaking. Smooth talker and had open body language. Made a lot of eye contact in
the crowd.
Could use work: Very hard to read his poster.
Phillip Murray
Focus: Resource allocation in higher education
Well: Confident when speaking, easy to read poster, many relevant pictures and lots of eye contact.
Could use work: Could use his arms a little more when speaking.
Sarah Wilcox
Focus: Free speech vs safe space
Well: Decent amount of eye contact and visuals such as pictures.
Could use work: Says um a lot and looked at poster often.


Meredith Wolpert
Focus:
Well: Very good at public speaking. Got the audience involved. Impressive visuals.
Could use work: Nothing I could notice.
Grace Kehoe
Focus: Gender roles and fraternity assaults on rape
Well: Nice design and decent speaking skills.
Could use work: Visuals were a bit difficult to read.
Rebecca Kaufman
Focus: Education on rape
Well: Very good public speaker. Lots of images and statistics and audience participation.
Could use work: Nothing I could notice.
Sarah Golden
Focus: Mental health in universities

Well: Decent visuals. Good pictures and very good public speaking skills with a lot of eye contact.
Could use work: Nothing I could notice.

Jordan Madison Peer Review

Kate Bean
o Research Focus: Freshman Experience
o What was done well?
Layout was Nice, Organization on point, Color Scheme melded well
together
o What could be improved?
Nothing, everything was great.
o Things to Comment On:
Digital poster was attractive and caught my eye.
Chris Jacobs
o Research Focus: Sexual Assault
o What was done well?
Yes, used a lot of non-overwhelming info
o What could be improved?
Bland poster, not really attractive, present with more energy and
confidence, voice projection
o Things to Comment On:
Great information.
Donju Lee
o Research Focus: Stigmas in College
o What was done well?
Poster elements complemented each other well.
o What could be improved?
Poster could be more appealing; Presenter could be more energetic.
o Things to Comment On:
Overall great
Alex Crowley
o Research Focus: Undergrad STEM research leads to Students Personal and
Professional Success
o What was done well?
Layout of the poster was nice and neat; All elements complemented each
other, presented with confidence and projected her voice.
o What could be improved?
Nothing
o Things to Comment On:
Everything was perfect and topic was excellent

Alex Biester
o Research Focus: How price elasticity of Tuition carries among socioeconomic
classes
o What was done well?
Yes, a lot of information
o What could be improved?
Could be more precise
o Things to Comment On:
Great presentation.

Erin Oakes
o Research Focus: Womens Choice of College Major
o What was done well?
Great layout, Poster was attractive and information as formatted in a
concise manner.
o What could be improved?
Nothing
o Things to Comment On:
Amazing presentation.

Andrew Abdow
o Research Focus: Women in STEM
o What was done well?
Links, Layout, use of visuals.
o What could be improved?
Nervousness, Body language (moves back and forth.)
o Things to Comment On:
Try to be more confident in yourself. The information was there and the
presentation went well, but you have to make sure that at the end of the
day, that you are proud of your work and show that with passion.

Alex Bahbra
o Research Focus: Female Advantage in STEM Fields
o What was done well?
Hyperlinks, Great use of Prezi, pictures and graphs were nice,
o What could be improved?
Nothing
o Things to Comment On:
I enjoyed the presentation

Christ Bawen
o Research Focus: Transgender inclusiveness on college campueses
o What was done well?

Yes, a lot of pictures, graphs, hyperlinks, engaged audience


o What could be improved?
Nothing
o Things to Comment On:
Great job
Charles Nyguen
o Research Focus: Rape Culture on College Campuses
o What was done well?
Yes, he tried to present confidently, interaction was great (nice joke to
make crowd laugh), and nice layout.
o What could be improved?
Confidence. I could tell you knew your information like the back of your
hand, but when you say the crowds reactions to some things, you shied
away. Next, stand your ground and have faith in your research.
o Things to Comment On:
Great, I loved the layout.

Moriah Skinner
o Research Focus: Women NPC in Sororities do not have a negative impact on
Undergraduate Education.
o What was done well?
Attractive presentation
o What could be improved?
Nothing
o Things to Comment On:
Great interactivity with the crowd, just make sure to watch your body
language such as pulling your hair behind your ear when your nervous and
messing with your hands

Aman Nair
o Research Focus: The connection between Pell Grants and Graduation Rates
o What was done well?
Yes, informative presentation, layout was great, elements and numbers
complemented each other nicely
o What could be improved?
Nothing
o Things to Comment On:
Great job!!

Matthew Chen
o Research Focus: The F word: What is it?
o What was done well?

Very well, crowd interactively was phenomenal. People were laughing


and having a great time, which is what great presenters are able to do,
elicit a positive response.
o What could be improved?
Nothing
o Things to Comment On:
Great job, great job

Arilelle Maralies
o Research Focus: Learend leaders
o What was done well?
Presentation design fit the presentation perfectly, you were positive,
projected your voice well, and were confident.
o What could be improved?
Nothing
o Things to Comment On:
Presentation was great.


Arielle Margulies Peer Review

Presenter Name: Ari Bleemer
Research Focus: Student Protest
What was done well:

Good eye contact with the audience


Great layout of information, and very good representation of the research done
Visual was easy to follow
Obviously very informed on the topic

A little bit too long, would be helpful to talk a little but less on each of the topics
Slow down a bit, it can be hard to follow when you are talking very fast!

What could be improved:

Presenter Name: Sathvik Kadaveru


Research Focus: LGBT Communities on Campus
What was done well:

Visual was easy to follow, and presentation fit the layout of the poster
Good eye contact with the whole audience, not just our professor
Good use of examples within presentation

There was a lot of white space on the poster, so that space could have been used in a
more efficient way:
o more examples, explanations, or pictures

What could be improved:

The presentation was a little bit too long (which happened to a lot of people) but could
have been made shorter by explaining where the information could be found instead of
what it was.


Presenter Name: Jordan Madison
Research Focus: The Duplicity of Metatonoia
What was done well:

Good pacing of presentation


Prezi was visually appealing and the theme fit the concept very well
Great explanations of why certain aspects were added or omitted, made the prezi easy to
go back and follow by myself!

What could be improved:

More explanation of where the scholarly articles could be found


Talk about how the research done was tied directly to what was presented
Presentation was a little informal, but overall good eye contact and diction

I really liked how you chose to present your sources as well as the links to the sources
easy to follow/find on my own
Good pacing of presentation
Language choice was professional and fit theme/concept well


Presenter Name: Amanda Remus
Research Focus: Methods of Transgender Inclusivity of College Campuses
What was done well:

What could be improved:

Maybe add more subtitles or explanations to the presentation to explain the links to
someone who does not see your presentation
More examples of scholarly articles on the poster could give your research more ethos


Presenter Name: Joseph Sterling
Research Focus: Classroom Size in Higher Education
What was done well:

Loved the visual, thought the theme fit the content very well
Great eye contact with whole audience
Presentation and poster were near and nicely organized, making the whole presentation
appealing to the audience

What could be improved:

More confidence! The presentation was great, just be a little but more confident in
language and posture so gain more credibility from the audience
Different color for links, they were a little hard to read

Great connection to Moo to start off presentation


Good placement of sources and references within the presentation
Great eye contact and pacing, could tell that the presentation was well rehearsed


Presenter Name: Phillip Murray
Research Focus: Resource Allocation in Higher Education
What was done well:

What could be improved:

Maybe add a little more visuals to make the Prezi less wordy
Consider talking more about your popular pieces to make information more relatable to
college age students
Read less off the slides, presentation was great, you didnt need to rely on the slides at
all!


Presenter Name: Sarah Wilcox
Research Focus: Free Speech vs. Safe Space
What was done well:

I really like your color scheme and the choices you make in designing your Prezi, it made
your presentation more interesting and fun for the audience
I could tell you were passionate about your topic, which definitely enhanced your
presentation

What could be improved:

Center the home page to make it more visually appealing for the audience
The presentation was a little slow, you could go a little bit faster during transitions to be
more time efficient


Presenter Name: Meredith Wolpert
Research Focus: Women Gender Roles and Campus Sexual Assault
What was done well:

Great pacing and eye contact could tell that you practiced!!
Great use of space within the Prezi easy to follow and visually appealing
I liked how you were one of the only ones to actually use the space in front of the room,
definitely enhanced the presentation

What could be improved:

You talked a little fast, which makes sense during a timed presentation, but talking a little
slower about less information could definitely benefit you.
Yellow was a little bright for me!

Very passionate about the topic, shined through the presentation


Good timing of transition and pacing of topics
Very creative layout

I loved the idea behind the poster and how it connects to your topic, but it was a little
clustered and hard to follow
You dont have to read directly off the poster because you obviously know what youre
talking about, so instead try and make better eye contact with the audience and go from
memory


Presenter Name: Grace Kenoe
Research Focus: How Freshman Engagement Programs Impact Freshman Retention Rate and Academic
Performance
What was done well:

What could be improved:


Presenter Name: Rebecca Kaufman

Research Focus: Campus RAPE


What was done well:

I loved the confidence and eye contact with entire audience not just professor
Great use of statistics to make the presentation
I loved how you were able to engage the audience during one part of your presentation,
making your topic more relatable and interesting

What could be improved:

You had a lot of information with not enough time, spend less time on some topics to
make room for others
Talked very fast, could have slowed down a bit without the time constraint!

Clean and visually appealing poster


Great timing of transition and pacing of concepts throughout the poster
Language used was confident and educated

The poster could have had more descriptions for those seeing the poster without a
presentation
Add specific sources and links to the poster so the reader/audience can follow your ideas
better!


Presenter Name: Sarah Golden
Research Focus: Lack of Mental Health Education in Universities
What was done well:

What could be improved:

Meredith Wolperts Feedback for Assignment 3


Kate Bosen

1. The Freshman Experience regarding how satisfied freshman are with their first year
2. I found that you maintained a very good speaking pace and kept your nerves calm while
presenting. I really liked how you organized your presentation into sections according to
Fact or Fiction. I feel as though this was a very effective way to portray the statistics
while furthering your thesis with the layout.
3. I do not recall any mention of relating your subject to Moo or Commencement, so maybe
work on that for next time!
Chris Jacobs

1. Sexual Assault on College Campuses


2. I feel as though your layout of you did a very good job summarizing all the topics that
went into your research focus without over-doing it. You had very good presentation
skills as you stayed calm and maintained a good pace! Lastly, I really enjoyed the
contrast of colors in your presentation.
3. I feel as though at some points you could include more information on the presentation
regarding the pictures, links, and images that were included. In addition, I was confused
about the organization of the digital poster as some of the info did not seem to be next to
corresponding steps.
Donju Lee

1. Stigmas in College
2. I feel as though you had some very good, useful links in your presentation that truly
furthered the ideas and topics that you were discussing. I also really enjoyed how you
stood away from the podium to present and really let the audience see you!
3. I feel as though some of the alignment in your presentation was rather confusing as some
of the textboxes and pictures did not align in a comprehensive order. I couldnt find a
comprehensive path to follow the information on the poster; I dont think it was randomly
placed, but it would have been nice to have some more organization to the structure.
Alex Crowley

1. Undergraduate STEM Research and How it Leads to Student and Professional Success
2. I loved your topic as it was not only very specific, but it also was very relevant to our
lives as we go to school at a Technical Institute! I also really enjoyed the alignment of
your presentation as it was easy to follow and the contrast of colors was very appealing to
the eye.
3. One of your pictures of a graph was a bit fuzzy, so it was hard to read the information on
it. In addition, I feel as though you tended to stay behind the podium when speaking; it
would have been nice if you came to the front of the class and pointed to specific parts on
your presentation!


Erin Oakes

1. Womens Choice of College Major


2. I absolutely loved your visual presentation- it was very professional, consistent, and the
organization was extremely easy to follow! You truly portrayed the information in the
easiest way possible. I also think you did a great job summarizing your findings of the
influences section of your presentation.
3. I think that at times there was a lot of text, which is good because it is a source of
information, but maybe think about bolding or underlining the important parts.
Sometimes I felt lost when looking at all of the information provided- I didnt really
know what you wanted the audience to take away. But overall, amazing job, I really
enjoyed it!
Andrew Abdow

1. Women in STEM
2. I think that you had a really good contrast in color in presentation and the alignment was
very appealing to the eye. I also think that you included just enough words in your
presentation so it wasnt overwhelming, but it got the point across and summarized what
you wanted the audience to know. I really liked how you used bullet points for your
ideas- it really helped the audience understand your presentation.
3. Overall I feel like you could have included more links to support your findings and for
the audience to investigate your topic further. I also sometimes felt as though the pictures
you included were unexplained and didnt further your topic. But overall, I enjoyed your
presentation!

Alex Rahban

1. The Female Advantage in Educational Attainment and the Gender Gap


2. I feel as though you did a great job explaining the vocabulary regarding your topic. I also
think that your organization of your prezi was very comprehensive as you zoomed over
sections of your presentation before you went into the details. I also liked how you
included tons of links and support for your findings!
3. I feel as though you tended to stand behind the podium at times and looked down a bit
when presenting, so maybe next time consider stepping away and moving to the center of
the room to present! Also, at times I felt as though you focused more on statistics than
actually presenting the poster and your links.
Chris Bauer

1. Transgender Inclusiveness on College Campuses and How Colleges are Helping


2. I really enjoyed your organization and the movement throughout your Prezi- it was very
comprehensive and helped me understand your topic better! I also think that you
maintained a very good pace and focused on highlighting only the important parts of the
slides- you didnt waste time presenting redundant information. I also liked how your
graphs and pictures were very relevant to everything you were presenting- they furthered
your topic instead of just showing a simple picture.
3. I think at times there was a lot of writing on some slides so it was hard to read everything
while you were also talking to us. Maybe next time consider highlighting important
words or bolding things you want the audience to remember! Also, I feel as though you
could have included more links for the audience to interact with your presentation and
find more information on your topic. Overall, great job though!
Charles Nguyen

1. Rape Culture on College Campuses


2. I feel as though you maintained a very good, slow pace throughout your presentationyou kept your nerves calm. In addition, I think you did a very good job explaining rape
culture by providing a definition with words, pictures, and popular references. I also think
that you did a very good job explaining the causes of rape culture on college campuses.
3. I feel as though sometimes the pictures that you included didnt necessarily further the
information presented on your slides, but rather took up space. In addition, I feel as
though you could have included more links in parts of your presentation and stepped
away from the podium at times.
Moriah Skinner

1. Womens NPC Sororities Having Positive Effects on Undergraduate Education


2. I loved how you included a ton of links to help the audience investigate your topic
further. In addition, I feel as though you did a very good job summarizing your findings
by utilizing the alignment of your presentation in a comprehensive way. Also, I loved
how all of your pictures and images furthered your information that you were presenting.
Lastly, I loved how you stood away from the podium!
3. I feel as though the contrast in colors that you used wasnt very easy to look at it may
just be the way it was projected on the screen. Also, I feel as though you felt somewhat

nervous at times, but you started to gain confidence towards the end of your presentation!
Overall, great job!
Aman Nair

1. Connection Between Pell Grants and Graduation Rates


2. I feel as though you had very good alignment in your presentation with the four columns
separating the four different topics you wanted to talk about. I also feel as though you
included very appropriate graphs that furthered your findings and information provided.
Lastly, I really appreciated your high energy and eye contact that you made with the
audience.
3. I feel as though you could have included more links in your presentation overall to allow
the audience to investigate your topics further. I also feel as though at times you were
explaining your topic more than presenting the poster and why you chose to portray
everything the way you did.

Matthew Chen

1. What is Feminism?
2. I feel as though you did a very good job explaining the three waves of feminism. In
addition, I really liked how you stood away from the podium and used a clicker- it was
very unique and improved your presenting skills! In addition, I really enjoyed how you
included the portion of your role and how the audience could get involved in feminist
movements on campus.
3. I feel as though you were rather nervous at time as your spoke rather fast. You gained a
lot of confidence towards the end of your presentation, which was good though! In
addition, I feel as though there was a lack of links and pictures on most of your slides, so
maybe consider including more next time.
Arielle Marguiles

1. How Sororities Prepare Women to be Leaders


2. I feel as though you explained your findings and summarized your topic very well. You
included a lot of links as well which was very helpful for the audience to research some
of your topics in further detail. In addition, I really enjoyed the inclusion of the
Technique article on adding the new sorority to campus because it is a very current event
that is very important to your topic!
3. I feel as though at times there was a lot of text on some of the slides, which is helpful
because it gives a lot of information, but maybe consider highlighting the important
information next time/what you want the audience to take away. In addition, you tended
to stand behind the podium while presenting, which is understandable as you had a Prezi,
but maybe try to walk around during the slides that you had a lot to say on.

Aman Nair Peer Review
Ari Bleemer:

Topic Area: Student Protests


Overall, it was a very good presentation. Your introduction slide was a good summarization of the topic
and it also highlighted the connection to the novel in question, Commencement. Your speaking style was
very professional, with good pace and efficient word economy. The only piece of constructive criticism is
that your choice of images didnt really elevate your topic, but merely was just there almost as a
placeholder, rather than providing information to further discussion. If you added some statistical
graphs as auxiliary photos, the visual aspect of your presentation would have been better.
Sathvik Kadaveru
Topic Area: LGBT Student Acceptance
Your poster layout as well and your introduction were both very well done, however your entire poster
only consisted of text. If you added more visual aspects instead of simply hyperlinking information, your
poster would have been more appealing and would have hooked your audience more effectively. In
terms of presence, instead of standing in only one place and speaking, moving around and engaging
with the room would have increase your efficacy in delivering information.
Jordan Madison:
Topic Area: LGBT Self Acceptance/Campus Acceptance
You had great pace and confidence while speaking which allowed you to seem like an expert on the
topic. Your title was captivating, and directly related to your topic in a very effective manner. Your Prezi
was layed out well also, except for the conclusion slide which seemed a bit rushed. While you speak, you
seem to clap a lot, which would be distracting to your audience, so if you cut back on that slightly, the
audience will be focused on the information youre presenting rather than your gesticulation.
Amanda Remus
Topic Area: Transgender Inclusivity

Your speaking style was great, and you explained the layout of your poster, which allowed the audience
to understand the visual choices that you made with respect to this project. The format for you slides
was great, allowing the information to be easily transferred from the presentation itself to the audience.
The main critique I have is that your presentation contained a few spelling errors, which could be
distracting for the viewer.
Joey Sterling
Topic Area: The connection between Classroom size and Educational Efficiency
Your slides are very compartmentalized, which made your presentation easier to follow. Overall, the
information on your slide was good, with multiple forms of media, including both text and pictures. Your
speaking was good, with solid pace and explanatory gesticulation, allowing you to captivate your
audience.
Phillip Murray
Topic Area: Resource Allocation
Overall, your style of presentation was good with your poster being well done and easy to follow as well
as your speaking style being straightforward and effective, However, you may have wanted to delve into
the layout of the poster more, allowing us to understand the creating process that you underwent.
Sarah Wilcox:
Topic Area: Balance between freedom of speech and creating a safe space
You had a good pace of speech and also had an effective slide layout. However, I felt as if your topic was
a little too broad and did not really show enough comparison between the two aspects of your topic.
Also, during your presentation your sentences were broken up by the occasional um, which could
distract your audience and throw you off your train of thought.
Meredith Wolpert:
Topic Area: Gender Roles in Frat Culture, specifically with relation to sexual assault

Your topic was really specific and honed into a certain part of collegiate culture, allowing to go in depth
into one idea and overall being more persuasive as a presenter. You gestured well while speaking and
the layout of your slide was great, which in combination made your presentation really effective.
Grace Kehoe:
Topic Area: The connection between freshman programs and increased graduation/persistence rates
Your topic was very specific and interesting and your speaking was clear. My main point of criticism
stems from the layout of your poster as it was fairly confusing, mainly due to the color schemes and
spacing in between the different parts of your poster. Emulating your poster off of a dorm room is a
good idea, however the spacing in this particular execution made it slightly hard to follow.
Rebecca Kaufman:
Topic Area: Student rapes on campus
The layout of your slides was well executed excluding some instances of strange formatting such as off
centered images. Overall, your speech was good, however you could slow down you pace slightly so that
you dont stumble over your words. Also, your topic is fairly broad. By specifying the range of your topic,
you may have been able to deliver information more directly to the audience instead of trying to cover
the entire topic of student rape in 5 minutes.
Sarah Golden:
Topic Area: Mental Health on College Campuses
Your presentation incorporated various forms of information, including text and pictures, allowing the
audience to not be overwhelmed by a wall of text. Your speaking style was good and confident. My only
piece of critique is that your slide layout was a little off, seeing as your introduction(the connection to
Moo/Commencement) seems to be on the rightmost portion of your poster whereas placing it on the
left (the beginning of the poster) makes a little more sense. Switching around the layout of your poster
may remove any confusion regarding its format.

Philip Murray Peer Review



Kate Bosen-
Research Focus: Kate talked about the Freshman Experience in institutions of higher education to study
how freshman act and how satisfied they are with their first year in college. She goes into how the
freshman experience is a lot duller than what popular culture depicts.

Pros: Kate had a good use of statistics within her digital poster and this helped establish logos and
support her scholarly focus. The outline of the digital poster was nice and thought it aided the flow of
the presentation particularly well.

Could be improved: Talk more about why the poster was organized the way it was rather than delving
into the scholarly focus as much. Could have moved away from the podium to address the class.

Chris Jacobs
Research Focus: Chriss scholarly focus was on sexual assaults on college campuses

Pros: Had a good use of statistics within his digital poster which helped support the topics he was
bringing up about sexual violence on college campuses. This helped establish logos within his
presentation. He did discuss his scholarly focus well and accurately.

Could be improved: the overall design of the digital poster was not organized and was somewhat dull.
There wasnt much color to the digital poster and there werent many uses of media within the project.
Could have moved away from the podium and addressed the class. The digital poster lacked any titles or
headers which didnt differentiate what was the scholarly focus or what he was specifically talking about
in his presentation. Could have explained the layout of the poster more than the scholarly focus.

Damien Lee
Research Focus: Damiens focus was on the presence and cause of stigmas/stereotypes on college
campuses.

Pros: Talked away from the podium and talked clearly and succinctly on his topic. He used a good
amount of emphasis on his digital poster to let people know his scholarly focus. His digital poster utilized
a good amount of quality imagery/media to help support the scholarly focus. Good color scheme in my
opinion.

Things to improve: Needs to outline his digital poster more while using less text so it just isnt a wall of
text trying to understand where to start and end. The text on the blocks is randomly assorted in clumps
around the digital poster. Could have talked about the outline of his poster and why he added the
particular characteristics of the poster.

Alex Crowley-
Research Focus: Undergraduate STEM research leads to students personal and professional success.

Pros: She used a very specific topic which was very nice. Introduced the digital poster well by connecting
it to MOO. The topics are laid out clearly on the digital poster and she explained her topic really well.
The topic is very interesting and applicable to our lives.

Improve: Dont stare as much at the computer when trying to think of your next topic of discussion it
makes it seem as though you are unprepared. Could have talked more about the layout of the poster
more and why she arranged things as she did.

Alex Biester-
Research Focus- How price elasticity of tuition varies among different socioeconomic classes.

Pros: used a very specific topic which helped focus his research. The layout of the poster is pretty good
and I liked the background template of the digital poster.

Needs Improvement: The layout of the poster was pretty good but couldve been constructed better so
that it would aid the flow of the presentation. Move away from the podium to talk. Less reading of the
computer screen when giving the presentation. Project voice more when giving the presentation. Better
body language.

Erin Oakes-
Research Focus: The focus was womens choice of college major and the influential factors associated
with this decision.

Pros: Spoke very well on her topic, was well versed in what she wanted to say. She had a good color
scheme for her digital poster. Designed the digital poster herself. The outline of the digital poster was
very well done.

Needs improvement: Needs to move away from the podium so that everyone can see her and what she
says is projected to the audience better.

Andrew Abbow-
Research Focus: Women in Stem

Pros: Good orator and was well versed in his topic. Had good movement and did not resort to standing
behind the podium when giving the presentation. Had a good color scheme for the poster, and also the
outline of the poster was done well and helped the flow of the presentation.
Needs Improvement: Dont say I think as much when you are giving the presentation and dont
necessarily need to plug in your personal opinions as much.

Alex Rahban-
Research Focus: The female advantage in educational attainment and the gender gap

Pros: Good concise talking on the topics he presented on his digital poster. Had a good connection to
commencement. The prezi was a good way to create this digital poster and had very good graphics in
the presentation.

Improvement: Less reading the computer behind the podium. Inflection of voice didnt promote
enthusiasm behind the topic or the presentation.

Chris Bauer-
Research: Transgender inclusiveness on college campuses

Pros: Use of statistics was well done and helped establish logos within the presentation. Good
connection to commencement. The prezi outline helps structure the presentation. There was good
graphics and the overall design of the digital poster was good.

Needs Improvement: Move away from the podium and do not read the computer as much. Bring
enthusiasm to the presentation and also project voice more so that everyone can hear. Remove the
ums between thoughts.

Charles Nguyen:
Research: Rape Culture on College Campuses

Pros: Prezi outlines the project well and there was a good use of statistics that helped establish logos for
the presentation.

Needs improvement: Stop reading off the computer when giving the presentation, project voice louder,
be enthusiastic and show good body language. Lots of text needs to get cut down in the digital poster
and let the articles do most of the talking when they are referred to later.

Moriah Skinner:
Topic: Womans NPC sororities do not have negative impact on undergraduate education

Pros: good outline of the digital poster. I liked the color scheme that was used. Talked in the middle of
the class rather than standing behind the podium. Elaborated on her topic well.

Cons: Seemed nervous and timid with a quieter voice. Needs to project voice more and stop reading off
the board. Constantly checking back at the board to know what her next topic of discussion will be.
Some ums and some thoughts were unclear.

Aman Nair-
Research Focus: connection between Pell Grants and Graduation Rates

Pros: Great Speaker who did not read the computer and was well versed in his topic. Fluent transitions
and refined speech. Good organizational design on the digital poster and also a good projection of voice
and body language.

Needs Improvement: Better font choices. Move away from podium and stand and address the class.

Matthew Chen-
Research: Feminism and what it truly entails

Pros: Prezi is done well and the outline helps aid the flow of the presentation. Moved to the center of
the room to talk about the presentation.

Needs improvement: Remove the ums between thoughts. Lagging thoughts and has trouble finishing
thoughts. Talked really fast and seemed nervous to give the presentation. Talked really fast and didnt
slow down to let himself think. Dont verbally doubt yourself the the class.

Arielle Margulies-

Research: How sororities prepare girls for their life after college and how they support them in college.

Pros: Did a very good job of explaining how her digital poster is outlined and why she put everything
together how she did. The prezi design was great and helped the flow of the presentation. Used headers
that differentiate the topics. Good discussion overall.

Needs improvement: Less reading off the computer and move away from the podium to address the
class.

Alex Rahban Peer Review Assignment #3


Ari Bleemer
Student Protest
Things done well: good volume, good visuals, clear, did not look at slides
Things that need improvement: a little fast
Sathrik Kadavera
LGBT Rights on Campus
Things done well: good content, focused
Things that need improvement: needs more visuals, not sure what part of the poster the speaker
is referring to
Jordan Madison
Sexual Identity
Things done well: good visual background, the point of the presentation is not clear, I do not see
research on the topic just a connection to Commencement
Things that need improvement: more images, proofreading, not crossing text boundaries
Amanda Remus
College Including Transgender Individuals
Things done well: clear speaking
Things that need improvement: text too small to read, not enough information or links
Joseph Sterling
Class Size
Things done well: good information, calm speaking, organized
Things that need improvement: more visuals, text is a bit small at times
Phillip Murray
Resource Allocation
Things done well: clear text, clear speaking, organized
Things that need improvement:
Sarah Wilcox
Unrestricted Freedom of Speech vs Safe Space
Things done well: clear text, good color contrast
Things that need improvement: more and larger images, distracting background

Meredith Wolpert
Women Gender Roles and Fraternity Sexual Assualt
Things done well: very clear, good presentation, interactive, good visuals
Things that need improvement: a bit fast
Grace Kehoe
Freshman Engagement Program
Things done well: clear speaker, good pace
Things that need improvement: slightly messy visuals, slight hesitation, hard to read some text,
confused where on poster speaker is taking
Rebecca Kaufman
Sexual Assualt
Things done well: good speaker, great visual aids, clear presentation
Things that need improvement:
Sarah Golden
Lack of Mental Education
Things done well: good visuals, not too much text
Things that need improvement: small visuals

Joey Sterling Peer Review
Presenter Name: Kate Bosen
Research Focus: The Freshman Experience
What was done well?

Spoke very clearly and confidently, with good pace


Seemed prepared for the presentation
Creative theme for prezi

What could be improved?

Could have had more details with more words on the poster
Could have utilized a couple more hyperlinks

Presenter Name: Chris Jacobs


Research Focus: Sexual Assault on College Campuses
What was done well?

Was very prepared for presentation (had notecards for what he wanted to say)
The organization of the poster and presentation were logical
Explained the connection to Commencement very well

What could be improved?

The poster was not very clear on the topic; there was no title on the poster
The pace of the presentation seemed rushed

Stood behind the podium the entire time, so audience engagement faulted as a result
(even stepping to the side of the podium every once and a while would help)

Presenter Name: Donju Lee


Research Focus: Stigmas in College
What was done well?

Stood in the center of the two screens and spoke loudly and clearly
Presented his information and his poster in a logical order
Pointed out the resources available on the poster

What could be improved?

At a couple of times, he struggled to find the correct word he was searching for, causing
an uncomfortable pause in the presentation
He used the word like very frequently, which may indicate that the presentation was
not prepared as much as it should have been

Presenter Name: Alex Crowley


Research Focus: Undergraduate STEM Research
What was done well?

A very specific topic for the poster and the presentation


Was very clear in the delivery of the presentation with great explanations for information
and for resources on her poster
Had effective transitions in the presentation from one sub-topic to another

What could be improved?

Stood still in one spot behind the podium, contributing to a lack of body language and
audience engagement (even moving to the side of the podium would help)
The presentation had no true conclusion; the presentation ended abruptly

Presenter Name: Alex Biester


Research Focus: Price Elasticity of Tuition
What was done well?

Very specific topic


Presented a very great relation to the course reading
Explained the links provided on the poster

What could be improved?

Voice was a little on the quieter side


Stood in one spot behind the podium with his hands leaning on the podium for most of
the time, which displays a negative body language to the audience

Presenter Name: Erin Oakes


Research Focus: Womens Choice of College Major

What was done well?

Explained a great connection to Commencement


Explained where the links on the poster lead to
Had great body language and pace of the presentation

What could be improved?

Tended to trail off at the end of sentences when presenting

Presenter Name: Andrew Abdow


Research Focus: Women in STEM
What was done well?

Stood in the front of the room and moved around with an appropriate amount of eye
contact to the audience, enhancing the engagement of the audience
Demonstrated a great knowledge and understanding of the topic
Statistics provided were impactful and appropriate

What could be improved?

On the poster, the white letters on a yellow background are difficult to read
Made an assumption during the presentation that the audience (the class) has supportive
parents. This is dangerous because it is not a proven fact that the class has this type of
relationship with their parents.
Tended to say I think multiple times throughout the presentation. This should be a
presentation of the poster and the topic, not necessarily ones opinions about how schools
should change in order to have more women in STEM fields in college.v

Presenter Name: Alex Rahban


Research Focus: Female Advantage in Educational Attainment and the Gender Gap
What was done well?

The presentation had effective transitions between sub-topics


Created a great connection to Commencement in the presentation
Utilized impactful statistics and explained the importance of the statistics

What could be improved?

Stood in one spot behind the podium. Possibly moving around slightly can enhance the
body language of the presentation.
The connection to Commencement could have strategically been placed elsewhere in the
presentation, possibly at the beginning or end, because making the connection in the
center divided up the information of the research in an unnecessary way.

Presenter Name: Chris Bauer


Research Focus: Transgender Inclusiveness in Colleges
What was done well?

Utilized impactful statistics


Explained a thorough connection to Commencement

Presentation had good transitions


The conclusion of the presentation was extremely effective in wrapping up all of the
information on the poster.

What could be improved?

Could have had more eye contact with audience to enhance audience engagement; tended
to look at the computer screen often
Stood in one place, with a lack of body language, so moving around slightly could help

Presenter Name: Charles Nguyen


Research Focus: Rape Culture on College Campuses
What was done well?

Explained a strong connection to Commencement


The presentation was organized and structured logically
Presentation and poster included strong statistics and effective transitions between slides
The conclusion to the presentation was strong as it proposed a solution to the issue of
rape culture on college campuses

What could be improved?

Read a couple things word-for-word from the Prezi slides; could have provided more
insight verbally to some of the information on the poster
Seemed slightly nervous, so more preparation could definitely help. Some sentences
ended in mumbles, which could also be contributed to nervousness.
Could have engaged the audience more by having stronger and more confident body
language

Presenter Name: Moriah Skinner


Research Focus: Womens Sororities
What was done well?

Had appropriate amount of eye-contact with the audience, increasing audience


engagement
Explained the resources that she provided on the poster
The order of the presentation was logical with strong transitions
Appeared confident overall with presentation
Explained a strong connection to Moo

What could be improved?

Had slight pauses and quieter moments, which could have been avoided possibly by more
preparation
Going along with the point above, her voice sometimes got quieter at the ends of
sentences

Presenter Name: Aman Nair


Research Focus: Pell Grants and Graduation Rates

What was done well?

Explained the connection to Moo well


Had great amount of eye contact with the audience as well as asking the audience
questions, increasing the engagement of the audience
Explained the importance of the graphs on the poster
Voice quality and pacing of the presentation were perfect.

What could be improved?

Could have placed more statistics that he shared during the presentation on the poster
itself or could have mentioned where to find more information about these statistics.

Presenter Name: Matthew Chen


Research Focus: Feminism on College Campuses
What was done well?

Organization and structure of presentation and poster was very logical


Included links to different feminist groups, which was very effective
Had strong and confident body language
Connected to the audience by establishing a connection to Georgia Tech, increasing the
audience engagement of the presentation
Had a strong conclusion to the presentation

What could be improved?

The connection to the course reading could have been stronger and explained better
Spoke very fast at times and as a result sometimes struggled to find the word he wanted
to say, so more preparation could have helped.
The poster itself could have used more visuals
Seemed slightly nervous throughout.

Presenter Name: Arielle Margulies


Research Focus: Sororities Effects on Leadership
What was done well?

The visual organization of the Prezi being a tree format was unique and excellent
During the presentation, the analysis of the research was thoroughly explained to the
audience
The links on the poster were appropriate and enhanced the argument of her project
The connection stated in the presentation to Moo was very clear and well explained

What could be improved?

The speed of the presentation could have been improved


o The end was rushed because of the amount of time spent at the beginning, so I
think time management could have been slightly better
As a result of the lack of time at the end, the conclusion was rushed

Charles Nguyen Peer Review


Ari Bleemer
The research topic is Student Protest. The organization, introduction, body language, voice, and
composure were done well. The audience engagement and pacing could be improved.
Sathvik Kadaveru
The research topic is LGBT Communities on Campus. The organization, emphasis, use of
hyperlinks, and font were done well. The composure, voice, body language, use of visuals, and
color could be improved.
Jordan Madison
The research topic is Sexual Discovery and the character of Bree. The introduction, use of
visuals, color, font, composure, and body language was done well. The contrast could be
improved.
Amanda Remus
The research topic is Transgender Inclusivity on College Campuses. The use of visuals,
transitions, organization, and use of hyperlinks were done well. The language choices and
conclusion could be improved.
Joseph Sterling
The research topic is Classroom Size in Higher Education. The organization, use of visuals, and
use of hyperlinks were done well. The voice and body language could be improved.
Phillip Murray
The research topic is Resource Allocation in Higher Education. The introduction, voice, use of
hyperlinks and visuals, emphasis, and text placement were done well. The contrast and
conclusion could be improved.
Sarah Wilcox
The research topic is Free Speech vs. Safe Speech. The emphasis, text placement, introduction,
voice, use of visuals, and body language were done well. The language choices could be
improved.
Meredith Wolpert
The research topic is sexual assault. The audience involvement, emphasis, voice, visuals, and
text placement were done well. The conclusion could be improved.
Grace Kehoe
The research topic is student retention. The visuals, text placement, organization, use of
hyperlinks, voice, and body language were done well. The contrast could be improved.
Rebecca Kaufman
The research topic is the Reality of Sexual Assault on College Campuses. The visuals, emphasis,
use of hyperlinks, voice, and audience involvement were done well. The font, contrast, and
conclusion could be improved.
Sarah Golden
The research topic is the lack of mental health education in universities. The contrast, text
placement, font, visuals, and use of hyperlinks were done well. The voice and body language
could be improved.

Amanda Remus Peer Review

Chris Jacobs

Sexual Assault
Done well:

The numbers on the poster were helpful in making it more organized/flow well
Your volume and pace were good
The general organization of your presentation was very good

You looked down at the screen quite a bit, make a little more eye contact with the
audience
The conclusion was very abrupt
The poster seemed a little bare; maybe add some more information and hyperlinks. You
should also put the title/topic name somewhere on the poster
The facts seemed to be randomly placed around the poster

Could be improved:


Donju Lee
Stigmas in College
Done Well:

Good body language and eye contact


You did a good job referencing the actual poster
I liked the color scheme (contrast between red, white, and teal), font and
organization(including the text alignment) of the poster
The use of hyperlinks on the poster was good

Could be improved:

Some of the images on the poster didnt really add to the information (ex: tree roots),
maybe add a more relevant diagram or something of that nature instead
You didnt really have a conclusion
It would have been helpful if all of the statements/facts on your poster had a link to more
information


Alex Crowley
Undergraduate STEM Research leads to Students Personal and Professional Success
Done Well:

The layout, color scheme and use of visuals on your poster were excellent (overall, it was
a very aesthetically pleasing poster)
The poster had a lot of very detailed information in addition to the links to more
information
You have great presentation skills (your volume, eye contact, pace, and transitions were
all very good)
I liked how specific your topic was

Could be improved:

My only complaint was that you mostly just presented your topic instead of your poster
you tried to cover all of your information, but it would have been better if you gave a
more general explanation and pointed out specific features of your poster

Alex Biester
How Price Elasticity of Tuition Varies Among Different Socioeconomic Classes
Done Well:

topic was very specific and the information was covered well
your pace and volume were good
I liked the layout and font of the poster, as well as the emphasis on the title
I liked the way you made the graphs hyperlinks

you were leaning against the podium for most of the presentation
you read off the poster a little too much and just sort of listed facts try and be a little
more animated
more links would have been helpful
you didnt really have a conclusion

Could be improved:


Erin Oakes
Womens Choice of College Major
Done Well:

The overall design of the poster was very good I liked the infographics, layout, font
choice and color scheme
Your volume, body language, eye contact and transitions were good
I liked the intro you gave at the beginning
The placement of hyperlinks was both helpful and creative (the link to your references
was a good addition)

Could be improved:

you talked a little too fast


you could have added a little bit of a conclusion

good body language (ex: pointing at the poster when you referenced a specific element
the presentation was well organized
I liked the layout and color scheme, as well as the consistent formatting of the poster

You seemed to express a lot of your personal opinions in the presentation (ex: the use of
phrases like I feel like)
try to slow down a little your pace was a little too fast, which made it seem like you
were nervous
more hyperlinks would have been helpful, maybe have one for each section instead of
just one


Andrew Abodow
Women in STEM
Done Well:

Could be improved:


Alex Rahban
The Female Advantage in Educational Attainment and the Gender Gap
Done well:

The organization and use of emphasis in your prezi were good


I also liked the way you had a hyperlink on most of the slides
you had a lot of information on your poster and chose graphics that went well with your
information

your volume, pace, and language use when presenting were good

you read off the slides a little too much try to keep eye contact with the audience
you didnt have a conclusion

prezi was overall visually appealing I liked how you incorporated information in the
pictures
good introduction, conclusion, and transitions
you did a nice job of actually explaining your poster (ex: telling us why you chose to use
prezi), not just the topic

Could be improved:


Chris Bauer
Transgender Inclusiveness on College Campuses
Done well:

Could be improved:

you could have added more hyperlinks


your information was very broad you didnt keep your information about higher
education
you read off the screen a lot make better eye contact


Charles Nguyen
Rape Culture on College Campuses
Done well:

The design and layout of the prezi were good I liked the use of two different fonts and
colors
you had a nice introduction
your poster/presentation contained a lot of information
your volume and pace when speaking were good

Could be improved:

there were very few hyperlinks


you only really presented your topic and didnt spend enough time explaining the poster
itself
you read off the screen quite a bit

I appreciated that you stood in the center of the room instead of behind the podium
you actually pointed out the features on your poster
your poster had good alignment, as well as emphasis on the headings
I also liked the color scheme and use of graphs and hyperlinks on the poster

you looked back at the poster to find your information quite a bit
you seemed nervous sometimes you appeared to lose your train of thought


Moriah Skinner:
Womens NPC Sororities do not have a Negative Impact on Undergraduate Education
Done well:

Could be improved:


Aman Nair
The Connection between Pell Grants and Graduation Rates

Done well:

The alignment, color scheme, and use of emphasis (color blocking around titles) on the
poster were good
the introduction and general organization of the presentation were good
you had nice eye contact, volume and pace during the presentation
you did a good job of pointing out the posters features
I liked how you acknowledged the counterarguments

more hyperlinks would have been helpful


you went into a lot of detail and talked very fast to try and fit it all into the presentation

your eye contact was good


I liked how you stood in the front instead of behind the podium

your topic was very broad and not necessarily just about higher education
you had quite a few awkward pauses, you also used umm.. too much
more links on the actual poster would have been helpful
many of the images didnt add to the content of the poster

good intro talked about why you chose the format used
good use of hyper links
talked about the poster itself very well
font and color choices completed the poster nicely

you used the transition I wanted to talk about a little too frequently
more informative images would have been helpful

Could be improved:

Mathew Chen
The F-word: What is it?
Done well:

Could be improved:


Arielle Margulies
Learned Leaders: How Sororities Prepare our Girls
Done well:

Could be improved:

Erin Oakes Peer Review


Ari Bleemer
Student Protests
The organization of the Prezi made it easy to follow the argument. It flowed logically, by introducing the
vocabulary first, then going into examples of student protests on campus and their widespread affects.
The design was nice, the dark background made the pictures stand out and the text size was readable from
the back of the room. I also liked the obvious difference in when the photos were taken, it made the longterm importance of student protests clear. It did need more hyperlinks, though. The delivery was a little
rushed, especially after the timer went off but you were composed and kept us engaged.
Sathvik Kadaveru
LGBT Communities on Campus

The layout of your poster is easy to follow, the titles clearly identify the sections you focus making it easy
to find information. You incorporated hyperlinks really well, there are a lot of them and they highlight
important parts within the big text blocks. Although the rainbow header was appropriate for the topic,
overall the poster needed more visuals. While presenting, your pacing needed to be a little faster.
Jordan Madison
The Duplicitous Waltz of Metanoia and Expectation
When you introduced your poster and explained your title it was clear you spent a lot of time researching
this topic, the interesting title also made us all more engaged out of curiosity. While presenting, you never
seemed nervous and kept the audience engaged. The background choice didnt seem related to the topic
but it transitioned nicely between quotes and ideas. I think it needed more hyperlinks than the two videos
included, though.
Amanda Remus
Transgender Inclusivity
I really liked that you included more photos and visuals than text, its more interesting to look at. You
also included a nice amount of hyperlinks to explain the pictures. One thing that would make the poster
better visually would be to hide the links so you the URL isnt as noticeable. You presented really well
and didnt seem nervous. By relating so much of your research back to Georgia Tech it was more
engaging.
Joseph Sterling
Class Size in Higher Education
The background of this poster goes well with the topic, chalkboards and education go together. I liked the
use of a graph as another visual that still conveyed information. The divisions and titles make it easy to
read and follow. One thing that could have been better was the incorporation of links. I think it would
have looked better if they were hidden inside the text instead of shown as a URL. You seemed a little
nervous which made it harder to stay engaged but you had good things to say to elaborate on what was
included in the poster.
Phillip Murray
Resource Allocation
Your poster was very logical, I liked that it started with broad ideas and got more specific by focusing on
the affects on students and faculty. The order was clear from the arrows, so it would be easy to follow
without being presented. I also liked that not all of the visual parts were photos. I think it would look
better if the links were hidden inside the text, though. You seemed confident when you presented and
clearly connected the ideas of resource allocation to Moo.
Sarah Wilcox
Free Speech vs. Safe Space
I really liked the scale that you included on your poster! It went well with your argument since you were
comparing two ideas and it looked really good. I think your poster needed more links so that there
wouldnt be quite as much text on the poster. You seemed a little nervous and had trouble making
transitions between your slides, but I think thats just because you went a day early.
Meredith Wolpert
Gender Roles and Fraternity Sexual Assault Culture
You did really good job engaging the audience by asking us questions at the very beginning. You were
very confident and had good transitions throughout your presentation. The variety of images you chose
made the poster nice to look at and conveyed information without having to read all of the information. I
think some slides needed more links, though.

Grace Kehoe
Freshman Engagement Programs
Your poster was really creative and appropriate for your topic. I liked how you were able to incorporate
so much information on different parts of the dorm. Your poster did need more hyperlinks, though. You
had a lot of good information when you presented but it would have flowed better if you didnt look at the
poster to read the information.
Rebecca Kauffman
Sexual Assault
I liked that you started with an acronym, it got our attention at the beginning and made the focus of the
poster clearer. I liked the variety of images you used but I think you needed more links. When you were
presenting you seemed confident and had clearly practiced.
Sarah Golden
Mental Health
I like the graphs on your poster, but I think if you included a wider variety of images it would be more
engaging. In both your poster and presentation you focused on solutions, it was a nice addition to the
topic but I wish you had spent more time introducing the topic and why it is a problem that needs to be
solved. You seemed a little nervous while presenting but were still able to convey a lot of information.
Sarah Wilcox
Assignment 3 Peer Reviews

1) Kate Bosen
- Freshman Experience Programs and Satisfaction Levels
- I love how your theme depicted the uncharted territory that is college
- You stayed behind the podium the whole time, making the presentation less engaging
than it could have been
2) Chris Jacobs
- Sexual Assualt on College Campuses
- relative visuals
- Looks like this was thrown together overnight, not a lot of information/research, I
didnt like the color scheme (bright lime green)
3) Donju Lee
- Stigmas in College, how stereotypes we hold affect our perceptions
- This is a very important issue, stood in the middle and used hand gestures to present
- Very vague about using specifics about how this is relevant now (and it certainly is),
disorganized poster
4) Alex Crowley
- Undergraduate STEM research- how it leads to success in life
- Good poster, lots of information, really knows her topic well, well-researched
- Hard to stay engaged, stayed behind podium
5) Alex Biester
- How price changes in tuitions affect different socioeconomic classes
- Very well-researched
- Boring poster, small, paragraph style writing, poster was not an aid in the presentation
6) Erin Oakes

- Womens choice of college major


- Beautiful presentation, fantastic visuals and very easy to read and follow along
- Stayed behind the podium
7) Andrew Abdaw
- Why arent women in STEM fields?
- Really great poster and color scheme, well-organized, engaging and good hand
motions
- A little discriminating (said that psychology isnt a respectable major), some of the
writing was small and hard to read
8) Alex Rahban
- Female advantage in educational attainment and gender gap
- Awesome presentation, complex and clearly put forth a lot of effort
- Stayed behind podium, never explained fully what he meant by female advantage
9) Chris Bauer
- Transgender inclusiveness
- Really cool theme and color scheme, relevant and shocking statistics
- Looked down and stayed behind podium, just read off of his Prezi
10) Charles Nguyen
- Rape Culture on Campus
- Really cool theme, easy to read, relevant visuals, relevant example of how this
problem affects GTs campus really hit home
- Not incredibly engaging, monotone and stood behind podium
11) Moriah Skinner
- Womens NPC sororities do not hurt academics and actually increase college
satisfaction
- Stood in the middle and used good gestures, points things out and lots of information
- White on light blue was hard to read, writing was small, Visuals were all graphs and
difficult to understand, maybe a light-hearted picture would be useful
12) Aman Nair
- Connection between Pell grants and graduation rates for low-income students
- Really good, convicting speaker, interesting topic and very well-researched, graphs
enhance the presentation
- Couldnt read much of the writing on the poster
13) Matthew Chen
- The stigma surrounding feminism
- Really great presentation, I loved the heart behind it and his desire to know more
about womens issues
- Difficult to see how this was an issue specifically related to higher education, talking
very fast and nervous, slow down and dont have to be quite so detailed
14) Arielle Margulies
- Sororities benefit girls, prepare them for the world
- Tree model is really cool, good visuals and color scheme, well-researched, good
presence
- Stayed behind podium, got a little boring because got caught up in not very relevant
details

Moriah Skinner Peer Review



Ari Bleemer
Topic: Student Protests
Done well:
Clear voice
Well organized prezi
Colors and contrast were appealing
Body language was relaxed
Connected to Moo
Could improve:
Went into great amount of detail for topic rather than explaining the poster
Went over time
No many hyperlinks

Sathvik Kadaveru
Topic: LGBT Communities on Campus
Done well:
Showed emphasis on headers
Good use of hyperlinks
Could improve:
Poster could include more color
A little nervous
No graphics on poster
Stood behind the podium

Jordan Madison
Topic: Metanoia-true sexual nature through acceptance on campus
Done well:
Spoke well
Good at explaining info
Good use of visual
Good use of body language
Could improve:
Formatting was inconsistent
Stood behind podium

Amanda Remus
Topic: Transgender Inclusivity on Campus
Done well:
Good use of graphics (Gender unicorn)
Great layout that created contrast
Used emphasis well
Good organizational flow

Clear voice
Could improve:
Move from behind podium

Joseph Sterling
Topic: Classroom Size in Higher Education
Done well:
Didnt stand behind podium
Good contrast and emphasis
Good use of hyperlinks
Could improve
Voice a little nervous and quiet
Hyperlink color is distracting from the rest of the poster

Phillip Murray
Topic: Resource Allocation in Higher Education
Done well:
Good layout that correlates with the topic
Clear voice
Good use of hyperlinks
Could improve:
Move from behind podium

Sarah Wilcox
Topic: Free Speech and Safe Space on Campus
Done well:
Good contrast
Interesting flow of poster
Did great for not being assigned for the day!
Could improve:
Needs to be more of a guide of the poster
Overtime

Meredith Wolpert
Topic: Gender Roles and Sexual Assault on Campus
Did well:
Got audience involvement
Organization used well
Nice choice of color to create contrast and emphasis
Good speaking voice
Did not stand behind podium
Good use of hyperlinks, graphics, and videos
Could improve:
Pacing of presentation


Grace Kehoe
Topic: Freshman Program Impacts Retention Rate and Academic Performance
Done well:
Used good emphasis
Interesting layout
Could improve:
Not very organized
Stood behind podium
Could be more confident

Rebecca Kaufman
Topic: Campus Rape
Done well:
Good organization
Nice contrast
Good clear voice
Could improve:
More hyperlinks

Sarah Golden
Topic: Lack of Mental Health Education in College
Done well:
Great contrast
Good clear voice
Could improve:
Move from behind podium