SOL students present their research at Visible Thinking

Fourteen SOL students presented their research at Visible Thinking, the annual showcase of undergraduate research held April 21, 2015, in the French Family Science Center. SOLster projects ranged from studying the use of unmanned drones to monitor the Alaskan pipeline to researching human trafficking in Kerala to promoting sustainable organic agriculture and community development in Japan.

Asraiel Harewood presented her research on the factors influencing juvenile recidivism in Pittsburgh, PA.

 

Rita Lo discussed her work on the gender wage gap in Hong Kong with another student.

 

Fourteen SOL students presented their work at Visible Thinking Day.

Fourteen SOL students presented their work at Visible Thinking Day.