The Summer 2022 workshops will serve as a space for WMSURE-funded students to provide updates on their research. Students and faculty are welcome at all of our events. Contact co-directors Prof. Iyabo Osiapem, firstname.lastname@example.org, and Prof. Katherine Barko-Alva, email@example.com, for more information.
June 15, 2022
Gisi Martinez-Campa. Analyzing and Researching the Implementation of Computer Science Curriculum in Disadvantaged Middle Schools
Janee Thomas. College Students Perceptions of African American English
Jada Jones. Decolonizing Service Learning in School Mental Health Fields: Women of Color Speak
Joshua Owens. “Shelby County, the 2016 Election, and How They Are Connected”
Donald Torrey. “Teenage Pregnancy and the Effect on Parents in the Black Community”
Kiseki Carter. “Discourse Analysis of Disability Memes”
Benjamin Boateng. Examining Bias in Juvenile Life Without Parole Sentencing
Tenesae Asfaw. How did changes in economic factors in San Francisco impact the implementation of The Chinese Exclusion Act?
Victor Adejayan. Comparing Saliva and Nasal COVID-19 PCR tests
Citiana Ali. Explaining the alcohol harm paradox: Socioeconomic deprivation may confer susceptibility to alcohol dependence via exposure to aversive experience, internalizing symptoms and drinking to cope, in sequence
Simiya McEachin. “The Science of Illicit Drugs Through a Cultural Perspective”
Franchesca Johnson. “East Asian Political Theory: Korean Comfort Women and the Theoretical Origins of Japanese Post-Colonial Denial”