Dr. Kristin park and students attended and presented their Capstone Research Projects at the Northeast Ohio Undergraduate Sociology Symposium (NEOUSS) at Kent State Universtiy on Saturday, March 1, 2014. They all presented their Capstone research.
Northeast Ohio Undergraduate Sociology Symposium
Engaging The Sociological Imagination
The first annual Northeast Ohio Undergraduate Sociology Symposium (NEO-USS) showcased the scholarly work of undergraduates from across the region that have interests in sociology, criminology/criminal justice, gender studies, LGBTQ studies, and black studies/Pan-African studies. The conference provided students with an opportunity to present their work in a friendly and supportive forum and to network with faculty and students from over twenty-five colleges and universities.
The goals of the symposium were to:
- Promote professionalism within the discipline,
- Encourage close collaborations between students and faculty
- Provide networking opportunities for students with other undergraduate students, graduate students and faculty from the region.
We aimed to provide students from two-year institutions, community colleges and area high schools an opportunity to talk with and work with sociology majors from four-year institutions.
Gabrielle Elisco presents at NEOUSS Kaitliyn Kio Presents at NEOUSS
Kristin Park and Garrett Conn at NEOUSS Tyler Banks presents at NEOUSS
Tricia Johnston presents at NEOUSS