On Friday, July 19, 2019, Ursinus held its 21st Annual Summer Fellows Symposium.The Summer Fellows program allows students to complete an independent research project during the summer months while living on campus. Anthropology and Sociology faculty worked with two students this summer, Kayla Hofmann and Briana Voyton.
Anthropology and Sociology Summer Fellows Projects
“How Pennsylvanians Define Environmental Justice,” by Kayla Hofmann (Mentor: Jonathan Clark)
“Power Structures Reimagined: Women’s Roles in the Iroquois Confederacy in the 17th Century,” by Briana Voyton (Mentor: Lauren Wynne)