The Tenth Annual SC Upstate Research Symposium will be held on Friday, April 18, 2014 from 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. on the campus of USC Upstate.
This free Symposium provides a forum for faculty, students and community representatives throughout the Upstate to interact, share information and expertise and to nurture future research collaborations.
College faculty, college students, regional business and community leaders as well as high school groups from across the State will be in attendance. Participating SMC students and the paper titles are as follows:
Phillip Wolfe, “Thucydides and the Universal Currency of Power”
Marissa Fleming, “The Issues Circulating Somalian Piracy”
Alyssa Sherrill, “‘She is not that much of a Lady’: American Women of the 1920s” and “A Home Away from Home: The Benefits of Assisted Living Facilities”
Brady Farnsworth, “Peaceful vs. Non-Peaceful Segregation: An Examination of the Methods of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcom X in the Civil Rights Movement”
George Manuel, “Jazz Embracing the Civil Rights Movement”
Kyndell G. Bevis, “Graffiti Culture as an Emerging Art Movement”
Leah Meahl, “When Reality is Stranger than Fiction: To Kill a Mockingbird, Race, and the Scottsboro Boys”
For more information visit http://www.uscupstate.edu/symposium
Dr. Louis Guillette, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Director of the Marine Biomedicine and the Environmental Sciences Center at the Medical University of South Carolina, will be the keynote speaker.
Best student presentations, posters and papers are recognized with award certificates and prizes at the symposium’s closing ceremony.