Schedule announced for Sociology and Environmental Studies senior thesis poster symposium

Release Date: 4/30/2012

Students in the Ozarks Sociology and Environmental Studies programs will hold a senior thesis poster symposium on Thursday, May 3 from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Hannah Room in the Seay Student Center.

The poster symposium will feature:

Andrew C. Heim, Privileged Gender Socialization's Perpetuation of Patriarch: How Religious Identity Relates to Sexism

Matthew Arant, Dixie Crucifixions and Puppet Masters: An Examination of 20th-Century Black Militant Literature through a Marxist Lens

Tristan James Cooper, Public Perception of Prescribed Burning as a Resource Management Tool

Travis J. Morgan, Christianity and Social Nudism: Can They Co-Exist?

Kendra Branson, Opposition to Elk Expansion

Monica Linares, Perceptions of Violence in El Salvador: A Content Analysis of Four Blogs

The poster symposium is free and open to the public, and convocation credit is available for Ozarks students who attend.

For more information about the symposium, contact Dr. Jesse Weiss at jweiss@ozarks.edu.