Undergraduate Research Poster Session

February 27, 2014

1650 University Hall

The Poster Session is an opportunity for undergraduate students who were recently or are currently engaged in a research project connected to a field of study housed in the School of Literatures, Cultural Studies and Linguistics, to share their findings with the UIC community. Participants will design posters that highlight the key insights of their research and will present the posters along with a five-minute summary of their project.

2014 Participants:

Allyson Czadowski (Double Major in History and French and Francophone Studies)
Idolatry in the French Press

Kerry Gawne (Major in Germanic Studies and Minors in Art History, English, and History)
Punk in the GDR: The Development of a Subculture and its Tumultuous Relationship with the Stasi

Cody Lee (Double Major in Biochemistry and Hispanic Linguistics)
Code-switch NOT: Negation Across Languages

Alyssa Secreto (Major in Psychology, Minor in Russian)
Cycling, Subculture, and the Russian City

Yaxal Sobrevilla (Major in Communication, Minor in International Studies)
Language as a Generational Resource

Rebecca Steenstrup (Major in Anthropology, Minor in French and Francophone Studies)
Writing in a Second Language: Case Study of French

Luma Zayad (Double Major in Classics and History)
Homer’s Army

We are grateful to the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Affairs and the Honors College for providing the funds which will be awarded to the top three research poster presentations.