The University hosted its 7th Annual Student Research Symposium this
past weekend, Saturday, April 20, and CHSS students won awards for their
Nadia Shaikh, Margeurite
Bonadies, Talia Philippsborn, Diana Cabezas, Drew Heimlich, Joseph
Nwokocha, Ksenia Lebedeva, and Anderson Mata received the award for
best undergraduate oral presentation for their paper How healthy is
your community? The role of access and economics on perceptions of
health. Their advisor was Dr. Deborah Ragin from Psychology.
Jessica McCabe received the award for best undergraduate interdisciplinary poster for her project entitled Religion, women's empowerment, and health/health--‐seeking behavior in India: A comparison of Muslim and Hindu women. Her advisor in the project was Dr. Sangeeta Parashar from Sociology Department.