Session O-2C

Impacts of Public Policy on People Around the World

3:45 PM to 5:15 PM | MGH 238 | Moderated by Ann Frost
Add to my favorites Environmental Justice in Seattle: Practices to Increase Access to Green Space in Historically Underinvested Neighborhoods Without Causing Gentrification and Displacement
Presenter
  • Anya Gavrylko, Senior, Environmental Studies, Community, Environment, & Planning
Mentor
  • Ken Yocom, Landscape Architecture, Urban Design & Planning

Add to my favorites Cracks in the Bandung Spirit: The 1962 Sino-Indian War and Declining Salience of Third World Solidarity, 1962-1965
Presenter
  • Estey Chen, Senior, Political Science, History: Empire and Colonialism UW Honors Program
Mentors
  • Anand Yang, History
  • Stephanie Smallwood, Comparative History of Ideas, History

Add to my favorites The Effect of Juche Ideology on North Korean Nuclear Weapons Development
Presenter
  • Yean Kim, Senior, Economics, International Studies
Mentor
  • Christopher Jones, Jackson School of International Studies

Add to my favorites Both Ways: A Climate Change Reponse Comparison of BP and Shell
Presenter
  • Raeny Michal Nichols, Junior, Political Science
Mentor
  • Aseem Prakash, Political Science

Add to my favorites Resource Management During Scarcity: A Case Study of Water Policy Implications in California Agriculture
Presenter
  • Claire Elizabeth Everett, Senior, Political Science UW Honors Program
Mentors
  • Aseem Prakash, Political Science
  • Yen-Chu Weng, Program on the Environment

Add to my favorites The Payment of Justice: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Blazina vs. Washington State as an LFO Reform
Presenter
  • Tyler Troelsen, Senior, Law, Societies, & Justice, Political Science
Mentor
  • Ann Frost, Law, Societies, and Justice

Add to my favorites Black Lives Matter and Stop Asian Hate: Inter-group Racism between Black Americans and East Asians
Presenter
  • Manqi Jiao, Senior, Geography: Data Science UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Kam Wing Chan, Geography

Add to my favorites China Virus, Chinese Flu, and Kung Flu: The Divisive Words Behind Anti-Asian Scapegoating During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Presenter
  • Kent Vo, Senior, Political Science, Law, Societies, & Justice
Mentor
  • Ann Frost, Law, Societies, and Justice, Sociology