History Students Present Their Summer Research

Three History students presented their summer research projects at the Undergraduate Research Center's 20th Annual Conference on July 31, 2019.  The panel was chaired by Prof. Maryanne Horowitz.

Student presenters:


Kevin Conroy '20

Angong Oral History: How Political Industrialization Affected the Daily Lives of Workers

Faculty mentor: Prof. Alexander Day (History)

Funding: Paul K. Richter and Evalyn Elizabeth Cook Richter Memorial Funds


Amy Lee '21

Koreagate: Unraveling U.S. Scandals in the 1970s

Faculty mentor: Prof. Jane Hong (History)

Funding: Ray A. Billington Endowment


Spencer Raub '20

Pardon Me: Pardon and Amnesty in the Lone Star State

Faculty mentor: Billington Visiting Professor Michael Vorenberg (Brown University)

Funding: Ray A. Billington Endowment