10 students of Politics and Government participate in 2019 University Research Symposium
The Department of Politics and Government was well represented at the 2019 annual University Research Symposium, April 5. The event showcases student research, scholarship, and creative endeavors. More than 400 graduate and undergraduate students from across campus participated in this year’s symposium.
Student poster projects from the department touched on topics such as human security, civic engagement, gun control, and abortion policies. Undergraduate presenters were Irene Diblich, Noah Fischer, Phallen Lambert, German Mendoza, Victoria Nemec, and Michael Rubio. Graduate student presenters were Zunaid Almamun, Joel McReynolds, Rashed Mosharref, and Nick Mullins. Professors Noha Shawki and T.Y. Wang visited the symposium and offered feedback to student presenters.
Faculty mentors for the student research projects were Professors Michaelene Cox, Meghan Leonard and Carl Palmer.