Undergraduate Symposium Program Books
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Video Interviews with Symposium Presenters
Video Recordings of Full Oral Presentation Panels
Eva Bertoglio, The Warm Springs Boarding School: Constructing White Femininity While Destabilizing Female Tribal Identity
Anna Peckinpah, “Savage Squaw, Shaman Seductress, or Sovereign Savior: Representing Native Female Identity in Video Games”
Samantha Elwood, “The White Male Protagonist: Friend or Foe?”
Stephanie Evers, “Argument Marking Morphology and Verb Stem Selection in Takelma”
Joel Ekdahl, “The Love of a Man, The Love of a Community: Desire as Decolonial Critique in Alexies The Business of Fancydancing”
Ayantu Megerssa, “Assimilation and Activism: An Analysis of Native Boarding School Curriculum and Native Student Activism in the 20th Century”
Panel: Environmental Studies
Alex Ode, “Riparian Restoration, Monitoring, and Adaptive Management at Berggren Watershed Conservation Area and Vickerey Park as conducted by the UO Environmental Leadership Program’s Stream Stewardship Team, 2015”
Hannah Mueller, “The Censorship of German Video Games: The Effects of National Sensitivity to Violence on Entertainment Content”
Naomi Wright, “Experience of a Lifetime: Study Abroad, Trauma, and Institutional Betrayal”
Zachary Bigalke, “From Foreign Curiosity to National Obsession: Soccer, Immigration, and Politics in Argentina from Mitre to Yrigoyen”
Namratha Somayajula,”Education and Discrimination in Armed Conflict: Equitable Access and Educational Barriers for Syrian Refugee Children”
Emma Stahl,“Education in Ladakh: An Overview of the Interactions Between an Indigenous Community and Their Government”
Jacob Valleau, “Jewish Civicism in Oregon: How Jews Became Successful in a Plainly Racist State”
Charlotte Taylor, "Do Distinct Types of Progenitors Contribute to the Diversity of Enteric Neurons and Glia?"
Chase Salazar, "An Improved Route for Synthesis of Phosphine Oxides Via the Alkylation Phosphonates Through the Use of Grignard Regents"
Muhammad Khalifa, "Alkaline Synthesis of Amidines--Exploring a New Approach to Accessing a Pharmaceutically Relevant Functional Group"
Lindsay Guzman, "Complexes for the Investigation of Copper-Mediated Degradation in Pt-Bound RNA Click Reactions."
Simone Smith, "The Northern Paiute and Governor George L. Woods"
Souvanny Miller, "As Assessment of Government-to-Government Relationships among Federal Agencies and Federally Recognized Tribes"
Katherine Becher, "A Different Kind of Domestic: Women's Roles in Jane Austen's Persusasion"
Lorra Jones, " The Deadly Suppression of Homosexuality in a Shropshire Lad"
Sarah Wyer, "Crafting the Ancient: Pre-Columbian Music for a Modern Audience"
Neil Cronkrite and Ian O'Gorman, "Signaling for Attention: Mobility and Student Performance in United Way’s Promise Neighborhoods"
Zach Chalmers, "Real Math: Bringing Proof into the Classroom"
Zachary Taylor, "Online Supplemental Learning"
Eryn Block, "When Reaching for the Stars is Not Enough: Addressing the Misalignment of Postsecondary Expectations and Preparation of High School Students from Low-Socioeconomic Backgrounds"
Phoebe Peterson, "No Man’s Land: The Herstory of Lesbian Intentional Communities as a Manifestation of the Pastoral Dream"
Rachelle DiGregorio, "Quantifying the Self"