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On Wednesday, April 28, 2021, seven students from the Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration (HESAA) presented their masters thesis findings to the campus community. Below are the names and thesis titles of the masters candidates (pictured above from left to right) who presented their research findings:

Zoey Maggiore ’21: Covid-19 and the Disruption of Student Engagement

Angelina Yearwood ’21: Intercultural Interactions that Impact Latina Student Adjustment

Jenny Rose Anacan ’21: Food Insecurity at Canisius College

Cliff-Simon Vital ’21: Influence of Foreign-Born Parents on the Undergraduate Experience

Stephanie Wolcott ’21: Proactive Advising in Jesuit Higher Education: Impact of Academic Mentorship

Michael Stilson ’21: How Career Planning Professionals Work with First Generation Students

April Henry ’21: Institutional Strategies for Effective Reentry of Study Abroad Participants

Sandy Estanek, PhD: adviser and professor emerita, Graduate Education & Leadership

Submitted by: Mark Harrington, EdD, assistant vice president, Student Success; graduate program director, Higher Education and Student Affairs Administration; assistant professor, Graduate Education and Leadership