Congratulations to Bhavneet Anand, Anastasia Cassisi, Thomas Vogel and Blaine Volpe who presented their research at the Spring 2016 Undergraduate Research Day – May 5, 2016
Congratulations to graduating Geography and/or Global Studies seniors Bhavneet Anand, Anastasia Cassisi, Thomas Vogel and Blaine Volpe for successfully presenting posters of their Departmental Honors Thesis at the Undergraduate Research Day.
Bhavneet Anand presented: India's Medical Diversity: Hybridization in people's use of medicine in Adhi, Punjab
Anastasia Cassisi presented: Justice for all? An analysis of police brutality in the United States, England and Canada,
Thomas Vogel presented: Evaluating the Efficacy of TMDL Implementation Actions on Fecal Bacteria Concentrations in Mill Neck Creek, NY
Blaine Volpe presented: Helping and Hurting; Policies and Actions on Human Trafficking in Romania by the EU, UN, the Romanian Government, and NGOs.
In addition to the above students, two of our majors, Stephanie Costa and Jaclyn Langella also presented their research as part of classes taken in other Programs.
We congratulate them all for completing the research and taking part in this important event.