English Students win 2nd Place At The 2021 Carolyn and Norwood Thomas Undergraduate Research and Creativity Expo.
Posted on May 18, 2021
Congratulations to Alyssa Cavalieri and Lady Carlin-Rojas, student researchers from English, who earned 2nd place in the Humanities division of the recent 2021 Carolyn and Norwood Thomas Undergraduate Research and Creativity Expo.
Joshua Malloy (Anthropology and Religious Studies, Senior) Mentors: Donna Nash and Charles Egeland (Anthropology) The Ritual Use of Animals in the Wari Empire
Alyssa Cavalieri (English, Senior) and Lady Carlin-Rojas (English, Junior) Mentors: Heather Adams (English) and Tracy Nichols (Public Health Education) Interactive Activism: Game Design as Advocacy Writing
Emily Moser (Classical Studies, Art History, and Painting, Senior) Mentor: Michiel Van Veldhuizen (Classical Studies)
An Enduring Image of the Pythia: Embedded in Art History
The team worked on an interdisciplinary team (with Public Health Education) this past semester to create a prototype for an interactive narrative about the challenges of patient-provider interactions related to substance exposed pregnancy (SEP). The narrative’s goal is to address the stigma related to SEP. Alyssa and Lady were the “rhetoric team” tasked with researching interactive game design and supporting the writing of the narrative prototype.