Metropolitan State represented at undergrad research conference

IMG_2076 Students and faculty from the Social Work Department presented “MN Child Welfare Considerations for African American Families”

Metropolitan State was represented by several students and faculty members at the MnSCU Undergrad Conference on April 13 at Winona State University. The conference was an opportunity for students to present their research, scholarly and creative projects and promotes MnSCU universities as leaders of undergraduate research. Metropolitan State research projects include:

Title: Music in the Workplace
Student: Kira Perez Faculty
Sponsor: Jennifer L. Schultz, College of Management, Human Resource Management

Title: RPG Grid Brawl: A Study of Artificial Intelligence Using a Board Game
Student: Jackson Kisling
Faculty Sponsor: Ryan Hankins, Department of Information and Computer Science

Title: Sex-selective abortion, eugenics, and embodied citizenship in post-independence India
Student: Linda McBrayer
Faculty Sponsor: Sumiko Otsubo, History Department

Title: A Look at the Kent State Incident Through Event, Experience and Myth
Student: Jeremy Baert
Faculty Sponsor: ​Sumiko Otsubo, History Department

Title: MN Child Welfare Considerations for African American Families
Students: Tossia Brown, Barbra Elfstrand, Micheline Mutombo Floyd Harris, Katie Peters, Shari Roach and Marcy Vang
Faculty Sponsor: Robert O’Connor, Social Work Department