Three Students Present Research in Albany

April 2nd, 2014 | Categories: Uncategorized

Three SUNY Oneonta students presented their anthropology and sociology research at the Innovative Exploration Forum in Albany on Tuesday.

Diane Mancini, an Anthropology-Spanish double major from Rochester, presented a research poster based her anthropological study of language and culture change in a Caribbean community. Sallie Han and Dr. Maria Montoya were co-advisers on the project.

Brooke Ramage of Masonville and Hannah Wightman of Campbell co-presented a research poster based on their sociological research on low-income parents with Dr. Elizabeth Seale in Sociology.

Held at the Legislative Office Building, the event showcased research by undergraduate students from State University of New York and City University of New York campuses across the state. Students from 47 SUNY and CUNY colleges presented more than 100 poster displays highlighting their research in a range of academic disciplines.