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Student research from the departments of Social Work and Political Science

Posted by Jennifer Harvey on February 12, 2010

Written by Greg Anderson, Reference Librarian
andersong@unk.edu

Interested in student research? The library continues to display examples of student research posters.  Currently on display are:

A Comparative Study of the Maternal and Child Health System & Status in the U.S. & Nepal. Sapana Upadhyay, student researcher. Dr. Jody L. Van Laningham, faculty mentor, Department of Social Work.

A Comparative Study of the Maternal and Child Health System & Status in the U.S. & Nepal. Sapana Upadhyay, student researcher. Dr. Jody L. Van Laningham, faculty mentor, Department of Social Work.

A Comparative Study of the Maternal and Child Health System & Status in the U.S. & Nepal. Sapana Upadhyay, student researcher. Dr. Jody L. Van Laningham, faculty mentor, Department of Social Work.

Secession in an Anarchic World: State Support and Opposition in the 21st Century. Sarah Kurz, student researcher. Dr. Christopher Stevens, faculty mentor, Department of Political Science.

Secession in an Anarchic World: State Support and Opposition in the 21st Century. Sarah Kurz, student researcher. Dr. Christopher Stevens, faculty mentor, Department of Political Science.

Secession in an Anarchic World: State Support and Opposition in the 21st Century. Sarah Kurz, student researcher. Dr. Christopher Stevens, faculty mentor, Department of Political Science.

These posters will be on display near the library’s circulation desk through February. Please drop by to read about the research endeavors of UNK students.

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