Students Showcase their Research in First Humanities Poster Session
Student showcasing research.
The College of Humanities at the University of Utah hosted its first Humanities Student Research Poster Session on April 25, 2023, showcasing the work of 26 students from various disciplines. Students from Salt Lake Community College also presented at the event.
The poster session provided an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students to share their research and engage with peers, faculty and staff. This year's event included 18 posters representing a range of topics. The Office of Undergraduate Research was a proud sponsor of the event. Attendees had the opportunity to speak with the student presenters and learn about their research methods, findings and future directions. The poster session allowed students to gain experience presenting their work in a professional setting, which will be valuable as they pursue careers or academic study.
The Humanities Student Research Poster Session is just one of many opportunities for U students in the humanities to engage with the world around them as they deepen their understanding and extend education beyond the classroom.
Abby Almas, Irena Grunche-Tine, Kelly Kendro, Mary Akbary, Leigh Benzaia Crosslinguistic Influence in Event Descriptions. Faculty mentor Scott Jarvis
Toochukwu Mariagorettie Awolor Smiths Diagnostics of Telicity: An application to Igbo. Faculty mentor Aniko Csirmaz
Caleb Curtis A Mycenaean Environment: An Analysis of the Textual and Archaeological Data from Pylos. Faculty mentor Alexis Christensen
Indu Srimala Herath Telecity in Sinhala: Examining the Applicability of Smiths (1997) Diagnostics to Sinhala. Faculty mentor Aniko Csirmaz
Bridget Kelly Leukothea, Helen, and Pasiphae: Female Heroes and their Cults. Faculty mentor Alexis Christensen
Maryam Kinani Saudi Southern Arabic Incremental Themes Modifier "bi". Faculty mentor Aniko Csirmaz
Eunjin Lee English Learners' Perception of Korean Three-way Laryngeal Contrasts of Stop Consonants. Faculty mentor Shannon Barrios
Kalista Leggitt, Zeia Woodruff, and Pierce Christofferson Pediatric Autonomy, Conscientious Objection and Civil Disobedience in Healthcare. Faculty mentor Matt Haber
Pheng Lor (Pheej) Journey to Transdisciplinary Socio-Environmental Success Lessons from the COAST Card. Faculty mentor Brett Clark
Pheng Lor (Pheej) Using Community Listening Sessions to Co-design the Potomac Watershed COAST Card. Faculty mentor Brett Clark
Riley Murray, Zeta Bsharah, Samantha Barlow, Emma Farnsworth The Effects of Exposure and Explicit Stereotypes on Veracity Judgements of Polish-Accented English Speech: A close replication and extension of Boduch-Gabka & Lev-Ari (2021). Faculty mentor Rachel Hayes-Harb
Olamide Ogundare Lexical Aspects in Yoruba: Telecity and Atelecity Diagnostics. Faculty mentor Aniko Csirmaz
Sylvia Page, Samantha Barlow, Emma Farnsworth An Investigation on the Effect of Listener's Percept of Speaker Gender on Veracity Judgements (pre-study). Faculty mentor Rachel Hayes-Harb
Jacob Rigby Legitimizing the Democratic Republic of Vietnam through Cinema. Faculty mentors Shawna Kim and Lowey Ball
Gareth Sanders Misinformation, Humor and Climate Change: A content analysis of tiktok posts. Faculty Mentor Sara K Yeo
Zachery Thiede Livy’s Dead History: An Analysis of Feminine Agency in Classical Latin Texts. Faculty mentor Alexis Christensen
Austin Karn (Salt Lake Community College) Shifts in Attitudes Toward Artificial Intelligence with New Information. Faculty mentor Katie Demong
Olivia Lohrke (Salt Lake Community College) Stoicism and Social Justice: Can you be stoic and want to change the world. Faculty mentor Jane Drexler