HSOC Undergraduate Research Symposium

The Fall 2023 HSOC Undergraduate Research Symposium

DATE:  November 29, 2022 (Wednesday)

TIME:  9:00 am – 5:00 pm (Student Presentations begin at 9:15am)

Location:  Bill Moore Student Success Center President's Suite C and D

 

Stay tuned for more information on student presentations.

Schedule of Presentations 

TimePresentation TitlePresenter
9:15 AMThis Land Before Georgia TechIntro to Museum Studies Class
(Russell Kirkland, Emily White, David Stark)
9:40AMInterstate Construction in AtlantaLaura Lawson Duncan
10:00AMHistory of Alternative Menstruation!Anna O'Connor
10:20AMRedlining and Air Quality: How the Connection Has Played Out in AtlantaPerrin Brady
10:40AMGrassroots Activism Surrounding the Love Canal DisasterCole Brown
11:00AMPanama Canal and Environmental SustainabilityArnie Garrett
   
LUNCH Presentation  
11:30AMSilent Voices Internship PresentationMinakshi Shivananda & Nick Wilson
   
12:00PM"GT is not Your Adversary. Stop Treating it This Way"
Alumni Discourse and its Effects on the r/gatech Subreddit
Beau Martin
12:20PMSweetness in a Company TownNick Wilson
12:40PMPower in the Salem Witch TrialsLaura Lawson Duncan
1:00PMRace-Conscious and Race-Neutral College Admissions PoliciesJinxia Loo
1:20PMPower Relations in the Issue of Cop CityEmerson Barrett
1:40PMHope After the Storm. Communities After Natural DisastersCharlie Ready
Break  
2:05PMCharismatic Authority and Totalitarian RegimesHayden Wiberg
2:25PMContested Testing: Shaping Technological Possibilities in HIV ScreeningEmma Menardi
2:45PMHijab and Agency:   American Gender Relations in the Context of
Chivalry and Religious Freedom
Iman Emdad
3:05PMThe Determinants of Maternal Mortality in GeorgiaD'Quan Douse
3:25PMPower and Transportation Systems: Development of AtlantaKate Heidenreich
3:45PMThe Difference in Value of the MLB, NFL, and NBA LeaguesLance Terry
4:05PMTaylor Swift: A Case Study in Power and Constructed NarrativesRachel Dekom