Gradute Student Poster Symposium


At the Frontiers of Research: Imagination and Innovation in Graduate Student Research at Brandeis

Visit the fourth annual symposium, where graduate students share their research interests and specific research projects.

Three presentations will win awards: two GSA prizes, awarded to one doctoral student and one master's degree student, and the Provost Award, given for overall excellence.

DATES AND LOCATION
Dates Monday, March 28 through Friday, April 1
Receptions with graduate presenters: Monday and Tuesday, March 28 and 29, 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Location Art Gallery (third floor), Shapiro Campus Center


PRESENTERS, DEGREE PROGRAMS AND TOPICS
Monica Curca
M.A./M.A., Sustainable International Development and Conflict and Coexistence
The Multi-Simplicity of One
Jonathan DeCoster
Ph.D., American History
Intimate Enemies: Mapping Native Politics in the Early Colonial Southeast
Alexandra Fanjoy
M.A./M.A., Hornstein/NEJS
Mapping a Blindspot: Perpetrators, Shoah and Collective Memory
Xiaolin Li
Ph.D., Cognitive Neuroscience
Errors are not always bad: probing the effect of catch trials on Motor adaptation
Yue Pan
Ph.D., Chemistry
Synthesis and application of porphyrin decorated hollow iron oxide nanoparticles for multifunctional anticancer therapy
Celeste Radosevich
M.A., Cultural Production
Latin American Dance in a Small Midwestern Town
Seth Rogers
M.A., Psychology
Aging and Cardiovascular Response to Effortful Listening
Emily Schipper
M.A., Anthropology and Women's & Gender Studies
Like a Love Affair: The Struggle for the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights in New York
Julianne Smith
M.A., Women's & Gender Studies and Sociology
Women Film Directors in Canada, Iran and the U.S.
Allison Stagg and
Jodi Benenson
Ph.D., Social Policy at The Heller School
Poverty and Civic Engagement
Kristen Marie Sutherland
M.A., Anthropology and Women's & Gender Studies
The Medicalization of Obesity: A Capitalist's Dream
Karen Tran
M.S., Neuroscience
USP12 and USP46 regulates synaptic protein abundance in rodent hippocampal neurons
Sara Carrigan Wooten
M.A., Sociology and Women's & Gender Studies
Invisible Trauma: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer student experiences of sexual violence in Boston-area Colleges and Universities