First Annual Excel! Research Scholars Program Summer Research Symposium

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The First Annual Excel! Research Scholars Program Summer Research Sympsium took place on the St. Paul campus on August 1, 2013 and was a great success. Each scholar presented research related to their individual projects conducted with the Excel! Research Scholar Program Summer Research Institute (June-August, 2013). Research presenters and titles included (in presentation order):

Shannon Heitkamp, University of St. Thomas
"Writing Across Cultures: International Students' Literacy Narratives"

Alexander Tsadwa, University of St. Thomas
"Race and Gender Stereotypes of Black-White Intimate Relationships and Attitudes Toward Them"

Maxine Johnson, University of St. Thomas
"A Pilot Study: Effects of a First-Person Narrative on Beliefs about Prostitution"

Priscila Barron Sanchez, University of St. Thomas
"Compromising Law: A Study of Attorneys' Attitudes on Immigration Legislation"

Tamnnet Kidanu, St. Catherine University
"Consonance and Dissonance: Exploring the Experiences of Health Educators Teaching Sexuality Curriculum"

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