Coffee Hour: Spring 2018 UROC talks

Date
March 30, 2018
Time
3:30 pm
Location
Refreshments are offered in 319 Walker Building at 3:30 p.m. The lecture begins in 112 Walker Building at 4:00 p.m
Description

The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Connection (UROC) offers research and professional development opportunities in the Department of Geography.  Students who participated in UROC during spring semester 2018 will present short talks on their research and experiences in the program.

Speakers and their presentation titles

  • Brit Ickes: A Look at Tolima, Columbia’s Waterways Effect on Sustainable Agriculture
  • Clara Miller: India’s Beef Ban: Scientific Expertise, Beef Detection Kits, and Differential Citizenship
  • Stephanie Keyaka: Between Tolerance and Acceptance: Sexuality and Development in the Philippines
  • Lauren Hile: Analyzing Media Coverage: Refugees in a Nontraditional Resettlement Destination
  • Hope Bodenschatz: Digital Timeline of Agricultural Extension in Uganda
  • Joseph Grosso and Ivy Wang: The Neighborhood Connectivity Survey
  • Harman Singh: Struggles of an Indian Farmer
  • Brittany Waltemate: Thematic Mapping of Sri Lanka
  • Love Popli: Three Challenges Facing Indian Farmers
For More Information
Cost
Free
Contact
Angela Rogers - geography@psu.edu - 814-865-2493
Host/Sponsor
Department of Geography, UROC Committee