Scholars Week Poster Session participants: College of Humanities and Social Sciences

The following undergraduate students are participating in WWU's 2019 Scholars Week Poster Session on Wednesday May 15, along with the poster location in Carver:

College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Julia Berkman, Monique Merrill, Questen Inghram, Zoe Deal presents A light in the dark: Five years of voyeurism in the York and Sehome neighborhoods. Mentored by Betsy O'Donovan. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 35A.

Natalie Cola presents Seattle City Light strategic posturing: Impacts of narratives on public's perceptions of the organization. Mentored by Rita Daniels. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 14B.

Joel Curry presents Western Washington University Theatre Department: A Help or Hindrance to Success? Mentored by Rita Daniels. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 24B.

Grace deMeurisse presents Western Talks: Linguistic Diversity at WWU... Mentored by Kristin Denham, Anne Lobeck. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 49A.

Halley Egnew presents Syncretic Diabetes Management in Mexico: Towards Equitable Health Outcomes. Mentored by Kirsten Drickey. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 22B.

Aron Finholt Grace DeMeurisse presents Western Talks: Linguistic Diversity at WWU. Mentored by Kristen Denham. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 79A.

Jon Foster presents The Education Beat in a Declining Industry. Mentored by Joan Connell. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 45B.

Samantha Frost presents Nike In Politics: How Political Consumerism Impacts Corporate Social Responsibility. Mentored by Brian Bowe. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 19A.

Lauren Gallup presents Representsation of Addiction in the Media. Mentored by Joan Connell, Lauren Gallup. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 15A.

Jana Iwasaki presents Gaze but do not touch: Encountering the other and the rhetorics of a post-racial performance by Jana Iwasaki. Mentored by Rae-Lynn Schwartz-DuPre. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 2B.

Breneya Johnson, presents Would You Really Date a Black Person? Mentored by Glenn Tsunokai, College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 52A.

Claire Litsky, presents The Western Front’s Representsation of Women’s Athletics 1973-1976. Mentored by Mary Erickson. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 77B.

Roshae Lowe, Erika Mazza-Smith, Autumn Weis, Ellen Golden, Chuck Tookey presents Mi clase es su clase: Forging meaningful connections through student-led conversational language workshops for university faculty and staff. Mentored by Kirsten Drickey. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 69B.

Erika Mazza-Smith, presents The Employee Language Program: fostering connection and multi-cultural awareness through language learning. Mentored by Kirsten Drickey. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 57B.

Cassandra McHugh, Aliza Ben-Varon, Fiona Kinsella, Will Hovander, Wes Solem, Robert Bragg, Sam Legg, Sydney Coffey, Jeffrey Cantle, and Jeffrey Carroll presents Validation of tissue expression and exploration of metabolic phenotypes in hepatocyte-specific huntingtin knockout mice. Mentored by Jeffrey Carroll, Jeffrey Cantle. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 47A.

Ryan Mouche, Ashley Renfro, Marshall Lance presents Phrase Structure of Persian: An Analysis of Syntax in Farsi. Mentored by Kristin Denham, Anne Lobeck. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 29B.

Megan Plummer, presents Reconstructing Middle Stone Age Paleoclimates in the Lowlands of NW Ethiopia from Isotopic Indicators in Ancient Enamel. Mentored by Sarah Campbell. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 44A.

Rachel Polito, Ariana Ernotte, presents Topic Prominence and Complement Roles in Mandarin Syntax. Mentored by Anne Lobeck, Kristin Denham. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 40A.

Hardeep Tiwana, Wes Solem, Shawn Minnig, Robert Bragg, Jeffrey Cantle, and Jeffrey Carroll presents Evaluating open-source machine learning tools as an alternative to proprietary automated rodent tracking software. Mentored by Jeffrey Carroll, College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 55B.

Marjean Tomer, presents Western Washington University’s Strategic Plan: Organizational Ethics and Intentional Ambiguity. Mentored by Mary Grace Antony. College: College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Location: 47B.

 

 

Tuesday, May 7, 2019 - 4:45pm

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