Students present at the 43rd Annual Social Science Student Symposium
Three Political Science students, Mira Seyal, Connor Hennessey-Niland, and Ashley Therien presented their research at the 43rd Annual Social Science Student Symposium at Cal State Long Beach over the weekend. The CSU SSRIC Social Science Student Symposium (S4) is modeled on professional conferences in the social sciences where students, from all CSU campuses and California community colleges, in all areas of the social sciences, are able to present their research to their peers.
- Mira Seyal. "The Human Rights Movement: A Failure to Secure Group Rights"
- Connor Hennessey-Niland. "Regional Hegemony in the Arctic: The Push for Arctic Dominance"
- Ashley Therien. "Exploring New Frontiers: Space Is Not Apolitical"