The authors of these presentations chose to contribute to this year's Annual Intellectual Theme: Power of Place.

Place is where we live. Our thoughts, values, perceptions, and actions are influenced by how we conceptualize a place and our place in the world. A place can be a physical location or the way a location develops social, cultural, political, and even economic meaning. A place can be a frame of mind where we go for reflection, rejuvenation, inspiration, and reconnection. Our imagination can be a place where we envision a future and live in harmony with our aspirations. The Power of Place will provide an exciting opportunity to think critically about various conceptualizations of place.

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Saturday, April 15th
9:00 AM

Ninetta DeBoni
Brandi Reissenweber, Faculty Advisor
English – Writing

CNS E102 1.2 Making Meaning: Decoding Inscriptions, Literary Echoes, and Eco-Cinema

Fleshing Out Flash: Interconnectedness of Poetic Sensibilities in Micro Memoir

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Isabella Garcia
Katie Hudson
David Remmert
Nursing, BSN

CNS Atrium, Easel 21

Fiscal Resilience of Local Health Departments

9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Adrianna E. Helstad
James Simeone, Faculty Advisor
Political Science

CNS E101 1.4 Religion, Nationalism, and Protest

The Tibetan Peoplehood Movement

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Emma C. Sempsrott
Carmela Ferradáns, Faculty Advisor
Leah Nillas, Faculty Advisor
Hispanic Studies

CNS Atrium, Easel 37

Why not Bilingual? Disparities in the U.S. Education System

9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Emma Stroh
Jim Simeone, Faculty Advisor
Political Science

CNS E101 1.4 Religion, Nationalism, and Protest

Motives for Independence: The Case of Spain's Catalonia

9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

10:30 AM

Shea Atkins
Deborah Halperin
Pennie L. Gray
Hispanic Studies

CNS Atrium, Easel 36

The First Generation Student Initiative

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM

Emile C. Ottinger
Michael Theune
English – Writing

CNS E103 2.3 Re-Storying: Surprise, Environment, and Self

"Bleeding Eden" - A Poetry Reading

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

Sydney Demirel Sümer
Carmela Ferradáns Ph.D.
Nursing, BSN

CNS Atrium, Easel 16

Barriers Surrounding Organ Transplants Among the Undocumented Latin American Population

10:30 AM - 11:45 AM

12:00 PM

Molly McCully Brown
English – Writing

CNS C101

JWP 2023 Keynote Speaker: Building a Place for Our Bodies: A Reading + Talk

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM