Showcase Highlights ‘Under-Recognized’ Research in Humanities

By: Tom Schreffler,  Cornell Daily Sun
May 4, 2016

Students presented their research in the humanities and social sciences — ranging from the role of religion in society to how video game players perceive their characters — at the Humanities Showcase in Klarman Hall May 4, as reported by The Cornell Daily Sun. Students explained their findings with talks, while others presented with large poster boards or read excerpts from books. 

“Many students traditionally think of research as something in the hard sciences or engineering, but the truth is that there are research opportunities in just about all majors here at Cornell,” said Ronald Forster ’17, vice president of the Cornell Undergraduate Research Board, which hosted the event. 

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