Local students present research in New Orleans
SALISBURY — Two Mid-Shore collegians were among the some 15 Salisbury University students, faculty, staff and alumni who recently presented research at the Popular Culture/American Culture Association in the South’s annual conference in New Orleans.
Senior history and English major Valerie Abbott of Stevensville presented “The Division of the Chesapeake Bay: Origins of Conflict Levels on the Eastern Shore and Mainland Virginia.”
Senior history major Kateria Rodriguez of Centreville presented “The Dragon’s Forgotten People: Islamic Minorities, Ethno-Cultural Identities and the Politics of Religion in the People’s Republic of China.”
Funding for SU’s participation in the conference came from the Charles R. and Martha N. Fulton School of Liberal Arts, Frankiln P. Perdue School of Business, SU Honors College, Graduate Studies and Research Office, and Provost’s Office.
For more information call 410-543-6030 or visit the SU website at www.salisbury.edu.