The Graduate School is proud to host its annual Graduate Research and Creative Works Symposium, a part of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Research Week. This is an opportunity for graduate students across all of our disciplines to present their independent research and creative pursuits to the campus community. The Poster and Digital Display session is open to the campus community and guests. 

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Research Booths and Abstracts


Student Presenters

Project Title and Booth Link
(click on Titles to enter research booth)

Sebastian Barajas, Childhood Studies (PhD)

Unearned advantages? Redefining privilege in light of childhood

Devin Bristow, Mathematical Sciences (MS)

A Note On Exemplary Off-Shell Constructions Of 4D, N=2 Supersymmetry Representations

Sarah Browning, Creative Writing (MFA)

Poetry Reading

Michael D’Italia, Public Affairs (PhD)

Resource Utilization and Distribution of Food, Housing, and Utility Services for Individuals Experiencing Poverty in Camden County, NJ

Siatta Davis, Public Administration (MPA)

A Case Study on Policy Choice Regarding Tobacco Use at Rutgers University

Aniyah Davis-Hilton, Psychology (MA)

Knowledge of Dual Language Development and Education (KnDLE) Cognitive Interview

Kacey Doran, Childhood Studies (PhD)

My Little Epona: Alternative Histories of Zelda Experiences

Gaylene Gordon, Childhood Studies (PhD)

The Systemic Violence in Depriving Black Girls of Positive Identity Using Adultification and Hypersexualization

Kathleen Kellett, Childhood Studies (PhD)

With Love from Self to Self: Monstrous Doubling and an Ethics of Care in Adolescent Literature

Aliza Levenson, Teaching Spanish (MAT)

Pedagogical proposal for teaching Spanish psychological verbs using Concept-Based Instruction in a remote-asynchronous context

Tory Mascuilli, Psychology (MA)

What Affects One, Affects All: Utilizing Tweets to Measure the Sentiment of New Jersey Communities Approaching the “SNAP Gap”

Anmol Sahni, English (MA)

Mediating Necropolitical Kashmir: Death, Survival, and Resistance in Mirza Waheed’s: The Collaborator

Palak Vashist, Childhood Studies (PhD)

Identifying child labour: Revisiting State’s craft in Bombay Textile Mills (1880-1920)

Aayush Yadav, Computer Science (MS)

Stochastic Maze Solving Under the Geometric Amoebot Model



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