The 11th annual Undergraduate Research Day took place on April 12. This annual event provides a showcase for the excellent research conducted by undergraduate students in Sociology. As in previous years, prizes for Best Paper and Best Presentation were awarded.
Hodman Abukar - “No Matter Where We Go…”: Qualitative Perspectives on Navigating White Spaces
Best Presentation – Early Discoveries Panel
Wedad Hachmi - The Impact of Geography on Religion in Everyday Life
Giovanna Lambert - Young Adults during an Economic Crisis: What does Confidence Have to do with It?
Yousef Khan - “Who Is This Really For?”: The Impacts of Gentrification on the Prominent Immigrant Community of Thorncliffe Park
Polen Light - New Frontier of Media: The Rise of Celebrity Hosted Podcasts in the U.S.
Congratulations to all of our award winners and thank you to all students for contributing such a wide range of excellent papers and presentations!