Center for International Education
Spring 2008

Eight IA seniors take Undergraduate Research Conference awards




Tyler Crowe, IA and civil engineering dual major

Tyler Crowe, IA and civil engineering dual major from Littleton, NH, presents his research on "Comparing U.S. and EU Emission Standards" to an attentive Undergraduate Research Conference audience."           (Photo by AJG)

IA dual majors won eight of the 31 oral presentation prizes of $250 that were awarded at the Parents Association Symposium in this year’s Undergraduate Research Conference.

IA students winners were
   Sara Arnoudse, IA-Spanish,
         "Spanish Health Care"
   Emily Gifford, IA-geography,
          “Patagonia: Trouble in Paradise”;
   Maxim King, IA-Russian,
          “Reemergence of the Russian Military”;
   Ryann Mead, IA-English-journalism,
          “Chinese Immigration Into Spain”;
   Catherine Reno, IA-English,
          “Why Jihad:
          A Study of What Drives Individuals to Wage Jihad”;
   Samantha Riemer, IA-political science,
          ”Importance of Remittances to Senegalese”;
   Emily Roberts, IA-nursing,
          “Nurses Performing Triage in Uganda:
          Decision-Making in Low Resource Settings”;
   Laura Smetana, IA-political science,
          “Real Life on the Stage:
          The Story of a Macedonian Immigrant.”



 IA 701 Senior Seminar instructor Dr. Albert Griffin and seniors Emily Roberts (IA-nursing) from El Segundo, CA, and Franklin Roberts (IA-Russian) from Barrington, NH, attended this year’s Undergraduate Research Conference Benefactors’ Dinner.

IA 701 Senior Seminar instructor Dr. Albert Griffin and seniors Emily Roberts (IA-nursing) from
El Segundo, CA, and Franklin Roberts (IA-Russian) from Barrington, NH, attended this year’s
Undergraduate Research Conference Benefactors’ Dinner.      (Photo by Matthew Carlyon ’98)