Ivan Allen College Students Recognized for Their Research at the UROP Spring Symposium

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Kayleigh Haskin, an HSOC and INTA undergraduate, and William “Alex” Emken and Sarah Moore, both fourth-year International Affairs major students, were recognized this past April 9 at the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) Spring Symposium

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Kayleigh Haskin, a double-major in the School of History and Sociology and the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, and William “Alex” Emken and Sarah Moore, both fourth-year International Affairs students, were recognized this past April 9 at the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) Spring Symposium.

For her oral presentation entitled "Seeing Red: American Tourism to the Eastern Bloc, 1960-1975," Kayleigh received the Oustanding Undergraduate Researcher Award. Alex also received the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award for his paper "Russia in the Near Abroad: Where Next?". Sarah Moore won the Best Overall Poster Presentation for her project titled, "U.S. Humanitarian Intervention in Bosnia and Somalia: A Case Comparison." Both Alex and Sarah created these assignments in the INTA 4500 International Affairs Pro-Seminar course.

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  • Created On: May 6, 2019 - 11:26am
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