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The 4th Annual CSSH Undergraduate Research Forum

Engage with students as they present their original research — both complete and in progress — at the 4th annual CSSH Undergraduate Research Forum

Date: 3/22/2018

Location: 909 Renaissance Park
More Information: https://www.facebook.com/events/142894066359575/

“Political and Social Challenges Around the Globe”

Engage with students as they present their original research — both complete and in progress — at the 4th annual CSSH Undergraduate Research Forum. The overarching theme of this year’s panel is “Political and Social Challenges Around the Globe.” Students will present in three panels around common sub-themes and a faculty member will lead a discussion with the audience after each panel.

Panel I: Humanitarian Crises and Conflicts

2:05-3:05 p.m.

  • Klara Durkin (Political Science/International Affairs), “Young Serbs and Croats: Mutual Antipathy and Its Political Consequences”
  • Henry Edson (International Affairs), “The Political Economy of Populism”
  • Neiha Lasharie (Political Science/International Affairs), “Differential Perceptions and Treatment of Human Trafficking”

Faculty Respondent: Gordana Rabrenovic, Department of Sociology and Anthropology; Brudnick Center on Violence and Conflict

Panel II: US Politics from National to Local

3:15-4:15 p.m.

  • Ian Donnelly (History), “The Redistricting Visualization Project: Envisioning the Congressional  Redistricting Process in the United States”
  • Meghan Jones (History), “Reddit Responses to the San Bernardino and Las Vegas Shootings”
  • Aja Watkins (Philosophy and Math), “Matching Students to Schools”

Faculty Respondent: Costas Panagopoulos, Department of Political Science

Panel III: Global Approaches to Environment and Sustainability

4:20-5:20 p.m.

  • Ryan Maia (International Affairs and Philosophy), “Green Governance: The Democratization of Singapore’s Sustainable Planning”
  • Noa Dalzell (Political Science/International Affairs), “The Effectiveness of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative”
  • Ismini Tsakiris (Political Science/Environmental Studies), “How Cultural Norms Influence Environmental Attitudes: The Case of Freiburg, Germany”

Faculty Respondent: Shalanda Baker, School of Law and School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs

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