Session 1J

Understanding our World: Data-Based Approaches

12:30 PM to 2:15 PM | Moderated by Walter Andrews
Add to my favorites How Community Based Programs Are Aiding the Peace Process in Myanmar
Presenter
  • Claire Branley, Junior, Public Health-Global Health Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Mollie Pepper, Comparative History of Ideas, Jackson School of International Studies
  • Kimberly Roberts, Comparative History of Ideas

Add to my favorites Human Smuggling, an Element of Migration and Organized Crime
Presenter
  • Jessica Phung, Senior, Political Science (Political Economy)
Mentor
  • James Long, Political Science

Add to my favorites Implementing Article 32: The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) Inclusive International Development Mandate
Presenters
  • Shannon Pierson, Junior, International Studies
  • Jessica Niewohner, Senior, Law, Societies, & Justice UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Stephen Meyers, Disability Studies, Jackson School of International Studies, Law, Societies, and Justice

Add to my favorites Torn In Transition: the Decolonization of New Caledonia
Presenter
  • Ethan Thomas Walkley, Senior, French, Human Centered Design & Engineering UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Maya Smith, French and Italian Studies

Add to my favorites Impact of Perceived Government Legitimacy on the Use of Taliban Court Systems
Presenter
  • Jacoy Lynne Willis, Junior, Political Science Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • James Long, Political Science

Add to my favorites Mapping Cholera Data in Nineteenth-Century Baghdad
Presenters
  • Corina Caitlin Geier, Senior, Mathematics
  • Hannah Jolibois, Senior, Public Health-Global Health, International Studies Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
  • Erika Arias, Senior, International Studies, Law, Societies, & Justice McNair Scholar, Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Awardee, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Walter Andrews, Near Eastern Languages & Civilization

Add to my favorites Computational Propaganda in Action: How the Russian-Backed Internet Research Agency Interacted with the Black Lives Matter Community on Twitter
Presenter
  • Elizabeth (Betz) Mayer, Senior, International Studies, Russian Language, Literature, & Culture UW Honors Program
Mentors
  • Scott Radnitz, Jackson School of International Studies
  • Jessica Beyer, Jackson School of International Studies

Add to my favorites It Could Be Worse! Political Meme Responding to Brexit and the 2018-2019 US Government Shutdown
Presenter
  • Binh Truong, Senior, International Studies Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Jessica Beyer, Jackson School of International Studies

Add to my favorites Bitnation and Jurisdiction as a Service: Motive and Technology Behind Stateless Virtual Citizenship
Presenter
  • Jion Yi, Senior, International Studies, Informatics UW Honors Program, Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Awardee
Mentor
  • Jessica Beyer, Jackson School of International Studies