Graduate Student Assembly Research Symposium and Exposition
April 1, 2017
Several students in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences participated in the 33rd Annual Graduate Student Assembly Research Symposium and Exposition. Those who gave oral presentations were: Matt Prater, Creative Writing, “‘Friend of the Devil’: A Performative Reading”; Tanner Upthegrove, School of Performing Arts, “Acoustic Simulation of Real and Virtual Spaces with Real-Time Third Order Ambisonics Convolution”; Brandon West, English; “Climbing the Ladder, Descending into Darkness: On Nightmare Fiction and Escaping the Dreamworld”; and Rachel Wurster, English, “Her World Her Way?: An Exploration of Racial Stereotypes and Depictions in Seventeen Magazine.” Presenting a poster was Kasey Richardson, Curriculum and Instruction, “Teaching, Talking, Tech: How Curiosity and Sex Ed Curricula Drive Informal Learning.” The event was held March 29 in the Graduate Life Center.