Students' research essays from College Writing featured at the OUR Undergraduate Research Symposium

Four student research essays from College Writing are featured at the Office of Undergraduate Research's (OUR) fall 2021 Undergraduate Research Symposium:

Tania Domenzain VeraArson at the Zócalo: Resistance Against the Feminicidal State in Mexico

Heather Grossman, Feminine Creativity: Gender Inequality, Canonization, and Authenticity in the Art World

Allie Jobe, TV Dads Fads: The Evolution and Stability of Fatherhood Representation in Domestic Comedies

Elizabeth Spera, Across the Railroad Tracks: Segregation and Education Inequality in Cincinnati

The symposium features students presenting their research findings and impressive projects from across the disciplines. It's a celebration of the excellent research being conducted by undergraduates throughout Washington University. The fall 2021 symposium is being held virtually on the ForagerOne platform and is running concurrently with the OUR’s Undergraduate Research Week. Visitors can "stop by" the symposium this week, September 27 - October 1, and view students' pre-recorded posters, talks, exhibits, and performances.

We'd like to also recognize the following College Writing students who chose not to present:

Brooklyn Hollander, "Exercise, Sleep... Be Free”: How Period Product Rhetoric Perpetuates the Menstrual Stigma

Jasmine Liu, Social Expectations On The “Only-Child” Generation: Spoiled, Stressed, Successful