Each year, the Ashland University College of Arts and Sciences hosts the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (URCA) Symposium. According to Dr. Dawn Weber, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Symposium, provides students the opportunity to "present original research, perform theatrical and musical selections, read original creative writing, and exhibit their artwork."
The following students studying in the History & Political Science Department will be presenting at the 2017 URCA Symposium on Tuesday, April 11:
Was Martin Luther King Jr. the Frederick Douglass of the Twentieth-Century;
Liberal Education in a STEM World
How Marco Rubio Won in 2010 and Its Relevance to Future Elections
The Survival and Maintenance of Minority Languages in Spain
The Need for Criminal Justice Reform in Ohio
Civilized Society in Agatha Christie’s Poirot
For a full list of presentations, abstracts, and the Symposium schedule, check out the URCA blog.
All presentations are free and open to the public.