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CREES and CES-EUC Student Presentations

Wednesday, November 28, 2007
12:00 AM
1644 SSWB/International Institute, 1080 S. University Ave.

Graduate and undergraduate student presentations on their summer research and internship experiences funded by CREES and CES-EUC.

Students who are interested in applying for research and internship funding from the CREES Research, Internship, and Fellowship Program and CES-EUC (Jean Monnet Fellowship and CES Summer Grants) and are especially encouraged to attend. Presenters: Jennifer Miller, PhD student, Department of Political Science (2007 Jean Monnet Fellow): "Incompatible Identities? An Empirical Study of Federalism's Impact on Identification Patterns in Europe"; Kathryn Graber, PhD student, Department of Anthropology, and MA student, Russian and East European Studies (2006-07 CRIF Grantee): "Language and Local Media in Southeastern Siberia: Preliminary Research"; and Katherine Fobear, BA student, Russian and East European Studies, Anthropology, and Sociology (2007 CRIF Grantee): "A Space of Our Own. An In-depth Look at Homosexual Social Spaces in Budapest, Hungary."