Graduate Research Symposium

Graduate student researchers from across the divisions explained their work to a diverse audience during the 11th Annual Graduate Research Symposium at McHenry Library on Friday, April 24. The symposium included graduate student presentations in a variety of formats, including posters, 10-minute talks, films, and other media. Read the full coverage >

  • David Ingleman, Anthropology with his poster presentation, "Kojo's (Dis)ability: Interpreting Impairment in an 18th-Century Jamaican Maroon Community."
  • David Ingleman, Anthropology with his poster presentation, "Kojo's (Dis)ability: Interpreting Impairment in an 18th-Century Jamaican Maroon Community."
  • David Ingleman, Anthropology with his poster presentation, "Kojo's (Dis)ability: Interpreting Impairment in an 18th-Century Jamaican Maroon Community."
  • Eric Fischer, Economics with his poster presentation, "Federal Reserve Announcements and International Bond Flows."
  • Eric Fischer, Economics with his poster presentation, "Federal Reserve Announcements and International Bond Flows."
  • Rob Fairlie, Chair of the Economics Department and Ty Miller, Vice Provost and Dean of Graduate Studies.
  • Justine Smith, Environmental Studies with her poster presentation, "Scaredy Cats: Human-Induced Fear Alters Predator-Prey Interactions."
  • Alison Galloway, Campus Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor of UC Santa Cruz, at the 11th Annual Graduate Research Symposium
  • Alison Galloway, Campus Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor of UC Santa Cruz, at the 11th Annual Graduate Research Symposium
  • 11th Annual Graduate Research Symposium