Honors Research Day (Apr 25)

Friday, April 25 is Honors Research Day. Students who are completing their thesis projects for graduation this semester will share the work they have done in formal presentations. All members of the University community are invited to attend. The presentations will take place from 9am – 1pm on Friday, April 25 in classrooms on the 6th floor of the Wabash Building.

Students will be presenting research on a wide range of subjects including:
-the relationship between labor and technology
-the potential and limits of corporate responsibility
-the effects of poverty on psychological resilience
-Latin American political systems
-Socially mediated responses to crises
-Polio eradication in Pakistan
-Equality in private companies’ contributions to metropolitan transportation

We hope to see many of you in the audience for these remarkable scholarly presentations.

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