Sociology Honors Colloquium
Mon, December 10, 2012 • 2:00 PM • BUR 214
We hold a colloquium at the end of each long semester to provide an opportunity for our Honors students who have finished their theses to present their work to an audience of faculty, staff, graduate students, and undergraduate peers. Three excellent students will be presenting this fall:
2:00: Taylor Orth
Thesis Title: "Fertility Within Interracial and Interethnic Marriages in the United States"
Supervisor: Keith Robinson
Second Reader: Shannon Cavanagh
2:30: Katryna Watkins
Thesis Title: "A Preventable End: An Examination of the Criminalized Insane through the Life and Death of Sophia King"
Supervisor: Ben Carrington
Second Reader: Joao Vargas, Department of African and African Diaspora Studies and Anthropology
3:00: Cristina Flores
Thesis Title: "Media Representation Creates Two Tales of the Drug Violence Occurring on the U.S.-Mexico Border"
Supervisor: Bryan R. Roberts
Second Reader: Luis Carcacamo-Huechante, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Light refreshments will be served.