Session L-1C

Environment, Justice, and Accessibility in a Global Context

9:30 AM to 11:00 AM | | Moderated by Stephanie Selover
Add to my favorites Energy Justice in Klickitat County
Presenter
  • Eva Carin Jacroux, Senior, Political Science
Mentor
  • Carrie Freshour, Geography

Add to my favorites Music Accessibility for d/Deaf and Hard of Hearing People
Presenter
  • Joyce Lin, Senior, Design: Interaction Design Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Sarah Coppola, Human Centered Design & Engineering
  • Jessie Zhang, Human Centered Design & Engineering

Add to my favorites Voicing Otherwise: Archival Vocality/Unsettling the Listening Body
Presenter
  • Ethan Kolokoff Nowack, Senior, Music (Ethnomusicology), Comparative History of Ideas Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Maria Elena Garcia, Comparative History of Ideas

Add to my favorites Iris Marion Young, Historical Injustice, and Reparations: Applied Philosophy with the African American Redress Network
Presenter
  • Wendi Zhou, Senior, History, Philosophy Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Jose Mendoza, Philosophy

Add to my favorites Justice For All: A Critical Reevaluation and Analysis of Policing in America
Presenter
  • Rhys Conoley-Marsh, Sophomore, Transfer Degree, Shoreline Community College
Mentor
  • Ernest Johnson, American Ethnic Studies, UW Main

Add to my favorites The Revolution, Institutionalized: The Impact of the 1960s West German Student Movement on Germany’s Two Largest Political Parties
Presenter
  • Rachel Lundeen, Freshman, Germanics, International Studies: Europe
Mentor
  • Klaus Brandl, Germanics

Add to my favorites Lena and Iura. Child Diarists’ Conceptualizations of Gender During the Siege of Leningrad (1941-1944)
Presenter
  • Melinda Jane Whalen, Senior, History: War and Society, Russian Language, Literature, & Culture Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Glennys Young, History, Jackson School of International Studies

Add to my favorites Improving Somalia's Economy
Presenter
  • Samira Jimaale, Sophomore, Business, Shoreline Community College
Mentor
  • Diana Kimani, Economics, Shoreline Community College

Add to my favorites The Reality of Climate Refugees from Central America and Prospects for US Immigration
Presenter
  • Kyle Andrew Tomyn, Senior, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Global Studies), UW Tacoma Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Vanessa de Veritch Woodside, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Tacoma Campus)

Add to my favorites Taiwan’s Indigenous Students and the Extra Score Policy
Presenter
  • Naomi Yuen Schat, Senior, Political Science (Political Economy)
Mentor
  • Asli Cansunar, Political Science