Study Abroad

Outdated Expectations of Women in Vietnamese Traditions Via “Truyện Kiều” and Its Impact on Women Nowadays

Author(s) Kim Nguyen Faculty Mentor(s) Paula Collucci (English) Abstract Truyện Kiều is written by Nguyễn Du, who is one of the most prestigious poets in Vietnam. This poem is written in the early 19th century based on a Chinese novel, Đoạn Trường Tân Thanh, by… Read More »Outdated Expectations of Women in Vietnamese Traditions Via “Truyện Kiều” and Its Impact on Women Nowadays

“I see you; you see me”: How a crocodile sanctuary can teach us to create a more sustainable future with our cohabitants.

Author(s) Mackenzie Stinson Faculty Mentor(s) Daniel Beck (Biological Sciences), Rodrigo Tenteria-Valencia Abstract Mexico is a diverse and wonderful place for cultures, biospheres, and organisms. Along the Costalegre region of Jalisco there is a vast expanse of habitat called the Chamela-Cuixmala Reserve. Located just south of… Read More »“I see you; you see me”: How a crocodile sanctuary can teach us to create a more sustainable future with our cohabitants.