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Dean's Honor Symposium: Poster Session

Monday, April 15, 2019 at 1:30 pm

63 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY, University Center - Lower Level 63 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY

Each year, the Eugene Lang College community gathers to celebrate our thoughtful, dedicated, and engaged students with our annual Dean's Honor Symposium. The DHS helps to shine light on the important work that Lang students pursue - both inside and outside of the classroom.


The spring 2019 Lang College Dean’s Honor Symposium is a conference for students to present their academic work and co-curricular projects to the Lang community. Participating students applied to present their work in the fall semester. Projects range from rigorous academic writing to civic engagement and social justice work, to creative projects, to exemplary work outside of Lang such as part of an internship or work experience.

 

List of Presentations:

Violence Against Women andthe Inadequacy of State-BasedIntervention
Amy Brozovich, Politics and Gender Studies ‘20
Type of Project: Social Science Fellows

Chekhov: Master of Color for Visual Storytelling
Anna Kalabina, Fashion/Costume Design ‘19

The Dangers of Gone with the Wind
Annie Carmichael, Journalism + Design ‘20

Exchange Program at SpelmanCollege
Arnell Calderon, Literature ‘19, Minor: History
Type of Project: Eugene Lang Opportunity Award, StudyAbroad

The Issuance of Orders of Protection:Locating and Understanding Occurrences of Institutionalized Gaslighting Within Our Legal System
Cameron Cory, Politics ‘19
Type of Project: Social Science Fellows

The Rise of the Plea Bargain
Christina Marshall, Politics ‘19

Community Nature Conservation in Bali
Gabrielle LaRochelle, Journalism + Design ‘20
Type of Project: Eugene Lang Opportunity Award, Study Abroad

Edinburgh Study Abroad
Gloria Rivera, Theater ‘21
Type of Project: Eugene Lang Opportunity Award, Study Abroad

Domestic Child Labour in Nigeria: A Case Study of Lagos Househelps
Isoken Osagie, Global Studies ‘19
Type of Project: Eugene Lang Opportunity Award, Social Science Fellows, Senior Capstone

The Balance of Power: Historical Reality or Contemporary Myth?
Jesse Noltimier, Politics ‘19
Type of Project: Senior Capstone

NYPH Internship
Khuanchivin Sompanya, Psychology and Interdisciplinary Science ‘19
Type of Project: Mohn Family Science and Social Justice Fellows

Video Games, Politics, and Psychology
Macy Swenson, Design+Technology ‘19

Subversive Education for Better Citizens
María Quevedo, Fine Art/ Communication Design ‘19

Unrestroom
Mihael Ruja, Visual Studies and Architectural Design ‘22

When a Professor is Banned for Bullying
Molly Mintz, Journalism + Design and Global Studies ‘19
Type of Project: New School Free Press

The Unconscious Playscape
Olivia Bonner, BABFA: Journalism + Design / Fine Arts ‘22

Engaging Child Labor in Matagalpa, Nicaragua
Ruben Cruz Valladares, Economics ‘22
Type of Project: Study Abroad

A Look At Williamsburg’s Rent Rollercoaster
Ryan Hunt, Arts in Context (Contemporary Music, Journalism+Design) ‘19, Minor: Culture and Media
Type of Project: Class project

The Voice Drops First
Syl Egerton, History and Political Science ‘22

 

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