College Writing students to present at Undergraduate Research Symposium

The Office of Undergraduate Research sponsors the Undergraduate Research Symposium, which is a forum for students to present their research findings and a celebration of the diversity of research that takes place at Wash U. Student research essays from College Writing feature amid impressive projects from across the disciplines. The event has included a keynote address, selected student talks, a poster session, and performances and demonstrations of projects.

Three students will present their College Writing research at the Fall 2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium on November 2nd from 12-3 p.m. in Olin Library.

The following College Writing students are presenting:

Imani Jones, "Environmental Justice and Concern: The Black Perspective"

Noah Slaughter, "Capturing Race: Photography’s Influence on Conceptions of Slavery and Race"

Borler Wu, "Architecture and Behavior: Precedent and a Path