2021 ACM Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Symposium

The Department of Arts, Culture and Media presents the 2021 ACM Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Symposium 

All are welcome to watch our student research presentations below!

This year has been unlike any so far, and we want to acknowledge and celebrate the extensive work our students continue to produce in their courses. The 2021 ACM Undergraduate Research Symposium will feature student’s presentations on an online platform. Here, they will share their learning, creations, and findings with their peers and prospective students. 

The primary purpose of this symposium:
· Provide our students with a platform that allows them to discuss/present their research/project with their peers
· Build a community of research that extends beyond their year of study by inviting first/second year students to participate as audience members
· Opening the possibility of engaging in interdisciplinary learning across and beyond ACM

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Presenters (click on their names to learn more about their research projects)

Name Program of Study Project Title
Wing Lam Leung Arts Management, Curatorial Studies and Studio Art  More than the dollar sign—new fundraising practices during & after the pandemic in the arts
Elisa Patel Political Science Major,  Art History and Phliosophy Minor Muscovite Baroque Period: Moscow 17th -18th c.
Ujwal Mantha  Studio Art and Sociology Major The Visual Sociological Dictionary
Arthur Hamdani Media, Jouralism, Digital Culture Major The Bystander
Nicole Tang Studio Art Specialist Encapsulated memories