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Honors College Humanities Summer Interns Research Symposium
Supported by a grant from the Marie Lamfrom Foundation and sponsored by the Honors College, the College of Liberal Arts, and the Center for the Humanities, these summer internships provide undergraduates with practical experiences that develop professional skills as they work with faculty mentors to advance research and creative projects. Short presentations by each of these five outstanding students will be followed by a panel Q & A.

Darlene Nguyen
Ethnic Studies National Survey and the K-12 Ethnic Studies Institute Project
with Dr. Natchee Barnd, School of Language, Culture, and Society

Annelise Hartinger
COVID-19 Adults with Rare Disorders Support Study
with Dr. Kathleen Bogart, School of Psychology

Skylar Kim
A Little Past Seven O’Clock on September 2, a Sound-Collage Opera
with Allison Johnson, School of Arts and Communication

Andrea Perez
Health Care Matters: Ensuring Access to New and Emergent Psychedelic Therapies for BIPOC Communities
with Dr. Stuart Sarbacker, School of History, Philosophy, and Religion

Sophia Fischer
Latina/o/x Social Justice en Oregón, an Oral History Project
with Dr. Joel Zapata, School of History, Philosophy, and Religion

This online event is free and open to the public. Registration is required.

Nov 1, 2021 04:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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