Fresh and important research presented on Capitol Hill by undergrads
Undergraduate scholars presented their research on some of the most vital issues facing our times, from sexual assault on campus to the notorious M-13 gang. Their audience was made up of members of the Utah State Legislature.
We're proud to say that 10 of those enthusiastic scholars are affiliated with the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. They exhibited their work at the annual Research on Capitol Hill event March 5 at the Utah State Cpitol Building.
The annual event demonstrates the important research coming from undergraduates of the top two research universities in this state: Utah State University and the University of Utah.
It also demonstrates the breadth of research programs that are part of Utah State Humanities and reinforces the value of state-funded higher education.
Here are the CHaSS students presenting this year: