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Larissa Terán, Jonathan Birds, Anna Caputo, Rich Easter, Rosa Rosas, and Mark Sakurada
Honors: Larissa Terán, Jonathan Birds, Anna Caputo, Rich Easter, Rosa Rosas, and Mark Sakurada
Larissa Terán (Communication Studies), Jonathan Birds, Anna Caputo, Rich Easter, Rosa Rosas, and Mark Sakurada (all Public Policy and Leadership) received honors at the 8th annual Greenspun College of Urban Affairs' (GCUA) Graduate Research Symposium in April.
The symposium offers graduate students in GCUA the opportunity to present their research to the college, UNLV, and the community at large. Judges for the event were Robert Ulmer, GCUA dean; Chris Heavey, dean of the College of Liberal Arts; and Kendall Hartley, associate dean of the Graduate College. The graduate student research awardees are:
- 1st Place: Larissa Terán, department of communication studies
- 2nd Place: Jonathan Birds, School of Public Policy and Leadership
- 3rd Place: Anna Caputo, Rich Easter, Rosa Rosas, and Mark Sakurada, School of Public Policy and Leadership
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