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These students experienced responsibilities within quantitative, linguistic-related data analysis central to in-depth research environments, social work for community health delivery, and non-profit real estate development targeted at supporting at-risk communities. They interacted with individuals in both theoretical and applied ways in order to gain knowledge about them and synthesize future approaches for helping target populations. They've gained a variety of skills, ranging from mastering the intricacies of linguistics and wielding the tools of scientific research to navigating the complexities of rural healthcare and delving into the intricacies of supporting vulnerable communities. This form of interactive knowledge development has allowed them to put their research into context within the public environment; to understand how social, economic, and nurturing factors influence, not only the interest populations themselves, but also innately the data that is collected from them and the conclusions that are made as a result.

Moderator:

  • Mara Breen, Professor of Psychology and Education 

Speakers:

  • Christi Pugh '25, Anthropology major, Biology minor, Five College Certificate in Culture, Health, and Science
  • Tiwani Ariyibi '24, Politics major, Arabic minor, Nexus in Law, Public Policy, and Human Rights
  • Yonglin Huang '24, Psychology major
  • Jingzhi (Grace) Guan '24, Psychology and Computer Science double major

Event Details

  • Sharmila Mustari Nandita
  • Jieun Kim
  • Fred Baumgarten
  • Maryville College

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