Cater Society of Junior Fellows

Schedule

Spring 2019 Schedule

 

January 31 - Meeting #1 @ 7pm in Litrenta

  • Victoria Cline - Student Conference on United States Affairs (SCUSA 70)
  • Madison Kaye - Faunal analysis of a French colonial plantation
  • Maura West - Playing to the tune of tourism
  • Ione Clarke - Perceptions of prenatal care in Cuba’s healthcare system

February 14 - Meeting #2 @ 7pm in Goldstein 100

  • Saoirse - Oral history and community
  • Rose Adelizzi - Trail use and maintenance in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest
  • Amy Rudolph - Implications of food import dependence on Cuban food cultures

February 28 - Meeting #3: Induction Ceremony @ 7pm in Goldstein 100

  • Hannah Foster - Ethnicity, identity, and diversity in Malaysian student organizations in New Zealand
  • Kelsey McNaul - Potentiality of agroecokogy and community gardening as agents of reforestation in rural Brazil
  • Kaitlyn Marino - The effect of hypoxia on novel object recognition and social preference in zebrafish

March 21 - Meeting #4 @ 7pm in Goldstein 100

  • Arianna Hall - The impact of Cuban public policy and US-Cuba relations on music in Cuba
  • Jess Woodall - Comparative study of biodiversity and soil nutrients
  • Kelley Gardner - Symbolism and imagery in Cuban revolutionary art

March 28 - Meeting #5 @ 7pm in Goldstein 100

  • Felicia Attor - Design and synthesis of small molecule inhibitors and analogs
  • Ana Lopez - The influence of Santeria music and practice on professional singers in Cuba
  • Julia Portmann - Examining the influence of agriculture on the prevalence of chytrid on marbled salamanders in Maryland

April 11 - Meeting #6 @ 7pm in Goldstein 100

  • Madison Kaye - Relations between cultural perceptions of childhood and childhood stress in an ancient Greek colony
  • Sam Trikeriotis - Community perceptions of mental health disorders in Havana and Trinidad
  • Lori Wysong - Influences and intentions behind Gaudi’s architecture