Found 5 projects

Oral Presentation 1

12:30 PM to 2:15 PM

Add to my favorites Mapping Cholera Data in Nineteenth-Century Baghdad
Presenters
  • Corina Geier, Senior, Mathematics
  • Hannah Noele 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
Session

Oral Presentation 2

3:30 PM to 5:15 PM

Add to my favorites Exploring Quarantine Practices in 19th Century Ottoman Iraq
Presenter
  • Marium Raza, Senior, Biochemistry, Comparative History of Ideas UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Walter Andrews, Near Eastern Languages & Civilization
Session

Add to my favorites Presenting Digitized Historical Manuscripts: A User-Centered Approach
Presenters
  • Yogasai Gazula, Sophomore, Linguistics, International Studies: Asia UW Honors Program
  • Cheryl Wu, Freshman, Pre-Sciences
  • Simon Talusan, Freshman, Pre-Sciences
  • Darren Huang, Junior, Pre-Sciences UW Honors Program
  • Daniel Kim, Sophomore, Pre-Major (Arts & Sciences)
  • Jennifer Wang, Sophomore, Pre-Major
  • Chuangzuo Liu, Junior, Pre-Major (Arts & Sciences)
  • Corina Geier, Senior, Mathematics
  • Nicholas Verghese, Sophomore, Pre Engineering
Mentors
  • Annie Chen, Medical Education & Biomedical Informatics, University of Washington School of Medicine
  • Walter Andrews, Near Eastern Languages & Civilization
Session

Poster Presentation 3

2:30 PM to 4:00 PM

Add to my favorites Project 8's Long-term Monitoring of the Magnetic Field  
Presenter
  • Elliot Russell (Elliot) Phillips, Junior, Physics: Biophysics
Mentor
  • Walter Pettus, Physics
Session

Poster Presentation 4

4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Add to my favorites Private Papers in Public Scholarship: The Transformation of a Text
Presenter
  • Ellen Perleberg, Senior, Linguistics, Near Eastern Studies (Languages & Civilization)
Mentor
  • Walter Andrews, Near Eastern Languages & Civilization
Session