2011 Faucett Graduate Student Research Panel
The purpose of the Faucett Graduate Student Research Panel is to present research findings and promote the exchange of ideas among students and participants working in various disciplines.
Thursday, May 05, 20111:00 PM - 3:00 PM
History Conference Room
Jesse Acevedo (Political Science) “Poverty Reduction and Democracy in Post-Conflict Nicaragua”
Diana Denham (Latin American Studies/Urban Planning) “Bicycle Planning for Urban Mobility”
Raul Sedano (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology) “Modeling Past and Present Species Ecological Suitability for Interpreting Population Response to the Climate Change on Bird Genetics of the Tropical Andes”
Sabrina Smith (Latin American Studies) “Participation of Afro-Mexicans in Colonial Rebellions”
Sylvia Zamora (Sociology) “Mexican Immigrant’s Racial Perceptions of African Americans Pre and Post-Migration”
A light lunch will be provided.
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Cost : Free and Open to the Public
Download file: FaucettResearchPanel-fu-422.pdf
Sponsor(s): Latin American Institute