Five undergraduate students from The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs presented at the recent Georgia Tech Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium and Awards on April 5th.
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Held annually at the Student Success Center, the spring research symposium provides undergraduate researchers with the opportunity to share their research with other students and faculty from all over campus and to gain valuable skills and experience in presenting original work. The symposium is sponsored by GT’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP).
At this year's symposium, oral presentations were given by INTA students Lucia Bird (Mentor: Prof. Margaret E. Kosal) on "WMD Terrorism in the Middle East” and by Jared Fry (Mentor: Kosal) on "WMD in Gaming". Posters were presented by Gemma Buckler and Katie Murphy (Mentor: Prof. Vicki Birchfield) on "US and GT Involvement in FP7" and by Sapphire Liu (Mentor: Kosal) on "Security and Gaming".
INTA student researchers include Presidential Undergraduate Research Award (PURA) winners, SAIC Undergraduate scholarship recipients, and students pursuing special topics research under faculty mentorship.