Expo 2018 Poster and Multimodal Project Winners

Congratulations to our winning student researchers at this year’s Focused Inquiry Expo, held May 2 in the University Commons! The awards for best posters went to

 

Neeki Souri, “Post-Revolution: Women in Society” (First Place)

1st Place Poster: Neeki Souri, “Post-Revolution: Women in Society”

 

Stacey Ruiz, “Health Impact of Burning Trash in Developing Countries” (Second Place)

2nd Place Poster: Stacey Ruiz, “Health Impact of Burning Trash in Developing Countries”

 

Jordan Davy, “Why Unpaid Maternity Leave is Unethical” (Third Place)

3rd Place Poster: Jordan Davy, “Why Unpaid Maternity Leave is Unethical”

 

Kevin Rodas, Kayla Allen, Jenn Yoo, and Alek Simic, “Censorship, Misinformation, and Conspiracy” (Honorable Mention)

Honorable Mention Poster: Kevin Rodas, Kayla Allen, Jenn Yoo, and Alek Simic, “Censorship, Misinformation, and Conspiracy”

 

The judges selected two winning multimodal projects:

 

Julia Ortega, “The Seen and Unseen of the Abusive Household” installation

Julia Ortega, “The Seen and Unseen of the Abusive Household” (Multimodal Project Winner)

 

Sy McClelland, “Growing Pains” video

Sy McClelland, “Growing Pains”
Sy McClelland, After Winning First Place Multimodal for “Growing Pains”

 

The VCU-Talks were recorded, and videos of these presentations will be made available soon.

All students should be commended for their contributions to the Expo. Thank you for sharing your research, insights, and arguments with the VCU community.

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