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Undergraduate Research Exhibition (URE)

Saturday, October 28, 2017 at 10:30am to 1:30pm

Nittany Lion Inn, Ballroom AB

The Africana Research Center will host an Undergraduate Research Exhibition in recognition of undergraduate students who have conducted outstanding research on issues affecting the African Diaspora.  The public is invited to attend the presentations from 11 a.m. to noon. 


2017 ARC Scholars

Humood Alanzi --

“A Review of the Negritude Movement and its Role in the African Liberation”

Brian Davis --

“The Evolution of Slavery and Freedom from the 17th Century to Emancipation”

Maia A. Hill --

“Our Education System Needs a Fixing:  The Effects of Ineffectively Financing Education in Urban Communities”

Elizabeth Hopta --

“Stokeley Carmichael:  Dialectic Terms Shaping Whiteness at Berkeley”

Christiana Nisbet --

“Economic Influence”

Lydia Strawser --

“The Role of Religion in the Traditional Healing Practices of the Himba Ethnic Group of Namibia”

Seamus Wagner --

“Language Policy in Education:  Tanzania's Use of Swahili and English”

Xiaoji Zhou --

“How Traditional Mural Art Reveals the Present”


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