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MAX 302 Research Poster Session

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Junior Students in MAX 302: Citizenship and Civic Engagement Research Seminar will be presenting their research posters at a public poster session.  

Anne Arthur (International Relations/CCE) "A Bed for Every Baby"
Rachel Brachman (Political Science /CCE) "Preventing Corruption through Civic Engagement”
Julia Cirincione (International Relations/CCE)   “Fire Safety Education in Syracuse"
Simone Girma (Television, Radio and Film/CCE) “Mentorship through Media Literacy”
Rashika Jaipuriar (Broadcast & Digital Journalism/CCE) “How can Big Brothers Big Sisters improve Recruitment Initiatives and Attract more Male Mentors?”
Awa Kone (Policy Studies/Political Science/CCE) “Legal Aid through an Anti-Poverty Lens: An App for the People” 
Julia Murray (Political Science/CCE) “Orange Engage: A Tool to Find Community Engagement Opportunities Off-Campus”
Samantha Sanchez (Geography/CCE) “Paint & Policy- A Local Lead Poisoning Epidemic
Brian Sever (Political Science/CCE) “Voter Registration among High School Students”
Jessica Vinciguerra (Policy Studies/CCE) “Transforming a Desolate Lot into a Public Space”
Kyle Westerlund (Geography/CCE) “Food Insecurity on College Campuses”
For more information please contact Kate Canada, CCE Program Coordinator,

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