Mary W. George Research Conference

Spring 2022 Program of Events

Friday, April 8, 2022

New South, 3rd Floor
 

Poster Session

Noon - 1pm

Fawaz Ahmad, ’25, “Strengthening Farmers' Associations to Impel Nigerian Catfish Industry Growth”

Molly Chadwick, ’25, “Toeing the Line Between Toy and Medicine”

Jack Limongelli, ’25, “Sampling: Historical Preservation of Forgotten Music”

Matthew Oh, ’25, “When Love is War: Performative Submission and Romantic Power Structures in Japan’s Kokuhaku

Molly Taylor, ’25, “Comparing News Coverage of Air Pollution in High-Risk Counties”

Donna Wang, ’25, “A Docuseries’ Road to Congress: The Attraction and Political Impact of Genre Ambiguity in Netflix’s Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness
 

Opening Remarks

1:00pm

Judith Swan, Associate Director for Writing in Science and Engineering
 

Panel 1

1:30-2:20pm

Caroline Ji, ’25, “Reinstating Agency in General Tom Thumb's Narrative”

Lucia Brown, ’25, “A ‘Hole-y’ Opportunity: Church Mini-Golf and the Community of Leisure”

Wiley Kohler, ’25, “Authenticity, Fermentation, and the COVID-19 Pandemic”

Johanne Kjaersgaard, '23, Moderator
 

Panel 2

2:30-3:20pm

Hiba Siddiki, ’25, “The Effect of Social Media on Rumi’s Translations and Poetry”

Ivan Tonkovic-Capin, ’25, “Altered Carbon: Profiling and the Value of the Body”

Joseph Kim Sexton, ’25, “How Online Communities Can Help Guide Research on Antipsychotics: A Case Study on Invega and The Loss of ‘The Intangible’”

Daniel Burgess, '23, Moderator
 

Panel 3

3:30-4:20pm

Ashley Olenkiewicz, ’25, “Understanding the Disconnect between Public, Scholarly, and Prisoner Perspectives on Post-Secondary Education as a Form of Rehabilitation”

Mikayla Merin, ’25, “The Orange Glow of Princeton University’s ‘Orange Bubble’: The Effect of Poor Campus Lighting on Black Students”

Allison Yuan, ’25, “What Shareholders Want: Re-examining the Scholarship on Integrity vs. Competence”

Anna Goodman, '23, Moderator

 

Sponsored by the Princeton Writing Program.