Five seniors presented their policy research this month First Undergraduate Capstone Forum
On December 2, 2022, the public policy undergraduate program hosted its first ever Capstone Forum, where five seniors presented and discussed their research projects with the Martin School community. The posters and accompanying policy briefs ranged in topic from healthcare to education to environmental policy and beyond. The five seniors who presented this fall will be joined in the spring by two more students, and the seven represent the first undergraduate graduating class from the Martin School. They are:
Grayson Blount, "How can we use policy interventions to help in the fight against deadly chronic illness?"
Alli Johnson, "Bolstering Resistance to Misinformation through K-12 Education"
Logan Kuegel, "Outsourcing and Subordinate Financialization in Developing Countries"
Hunter McCormick, "Addressing Money Laundering in the U.S. Real Estate Market"
Henri Neblina, "Three Approaches to Combat Light Pollution"
Coming spring 2023: Olivia Corley and Andrew Laws
Congratulations to the five seniors on their thorough and polished work this fall!