34th Annual Student Showcase: Academic Conference Schedule
Thursday, April 5, 2018
Session One: 7:15–8:30 pm, RH 110
- Benjamin Mock: Unintended Consequences of a Military Deployment on the Individual
- Lauren Stanford: Fragmented Acceptance
- Khafani Abel: Scribbles of a Prince: How Henry VIII Affected Elizabeth I and Her Letter Writing
- Ioana Lobontiu: Sanity and Insanity, Self and Society in the Theater of the Absurd: A Comparative Study of Dramas by Friedrich Durrenmatt, Eugene Ionesco, and Marin Sorescu
Session Two: 7:30–8:45 pm, RH 101
- Anya Gudimova: Selfie
- Brittney Anderson: Means of Keeping the Throne in Medieval England
- Grant Deussing: Unearthed
- Aileen Page: Consumption
Friday, April 6, 2018
Session Three: 10:30–11:45 am, RH 110
- Dong Won Yu, Lesley Garcia, Lesly Mislang, Amanda Olson, Rachel Sanders: But is it really clean? A microscopic Perspective of the UAA Public Bathrooms
- Bryce A. M. Ehmann: The Struggle
- Jamie Logan: The Life and Legacy of C. Wright Mills
Session Four: 11:15 am–12:30 pm, RH 117
- Addison Downing: Ishmael Essay
- John Macy: The Intentional Soul
- Jessica Saiki: Mental Health: A Day to Day Observation
Session Five: 12:15–1:30 pm, RH 110
- Brian Adams: Military Droid
- Trina Musliu: Discourses of Paternalism, Powerlessness, and Pandemic in Governor Thomas Riggs' 1919 Diary
- Stacy Newbern: Identifying the Best Evidence for Evaluation of Neuropathic Pain with Lower Extremity Vascular Disease
Session Six: 12:45–2:00 pm, RH 101
- Kayla Craft: Goddesses, Poets, and Witches: Courtesans in Renaissance Italy, 1501-1591
- Caroline Streff: Physicking the body politic: A pharmacological interpretation of Shakespeare's Hamlet
- Julia Tenison: Changing Lives With Love
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WHAT IS STUDENT SHOWCASE?
The UAA Student Showcase highlights the extraordinary work of students throughout the University of Alaska Anchorage system. Student Showcase creates an opportunity for dialogue among university and community members. Students submit their best original papers and projects from 2017. An anonymous review is done by a faculty member of the submission discipline, the highest marks are presented at the Student Showcase Conference. Distinguished community members are invited to the Conference to evaluate, critique, and comment on students' work.
The Student Showcase Conference and Award Ceremony celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2014. The Conference remains unique in the State of Alaska as only students present original papers and projects.
The Student Showcase Committee reviews policies and procedures, promotional materials, and selected award winners. For more information on policies and procedures about Student Showcase, please click here.
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