Session 2I

McNair Session - Powerful Occupations: Democracy, Globalization, and Capitalism

3:15 PM to 5:00 PM | Moderated by Julie Villegas
Add to my favorites The Customer is Always Wrong: Categories of Customer Service Sabotage
Presenter
  • Gerardo (Joel) Anaya, Junior, Hospitality Business Management, Washington State University Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Awardee
Mentor
  • Dogan Gursoy, , Washington State University

Add to my favorites Democracy Through Globalization and Market Reforms: A Case Study of China’s Political and Social Liberalization
Presenter
  • Ryan Ballard, Junior, International Studies, University of Northern Colorado McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Adam Fong, , University of Northern Colorado

Add to my favorites The Decoding of Symbols Within the Courtroom  
Presenter
  • Jamie Britt, Junior, Political Science, Communication Studies, University of Northern Colorado McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Lin Allen, , University of Northern Colorado

Add to my favorites Power Increases Pressure to Demonstrate Fairness
Presenter
  • Albert Han, Senior, Psychology EIP Scholar, McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Nathanael Fast, , University of Southern California

Add to my favorites Understanding the Mechanics of a Prudent Financial Statement within Islamic Banking and Finance
Presenter
  • Muhammed Idris, Senior, Economics McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Robert Richards,

Add to my favorites How Mass Consumption Shaped the Political Campaigns of the 1960s and the Presidential Election of 1960
Presenter
  • Mandy Luthye, Junior, History, University of Northern Colorado McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Aaron Haberman, , University of Northern Colorado

Add to my favorites Occupational Crowding by Race in the Pacific Northwest: A Comparative Study of Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington
Presenter
  • Moriah Willow, Senior, Sociology, Portland State University McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Karen Gibson, , Portland State University