On April 16, 2015 five AJC Center undergraduate research fellows presented their research at the 2015 Gender, Health, and South conference. The conference was co-hosted by the Anna Julia Cooper Center at Wake Forest University and the Center for Medicine, Health, and Society at Vanderbilt University.
The following students presented:
Callie Cleckner: “The Gendered Notions of America’s Deadliest Disease: A Call to Action for Southern Women’s Health”
Nia Evans: “Curriculum, Power, and Civic Health: The Stories of Black History Month”
Benjamin Mills: “The Last House Left Standing: Mississippi Personhood & The Changing Tide of Reproductive Legislation”
Sarah Rudasill: “The Impact of a Medicaid Expansion on HIV-Positive Men and Women in the Southern United States”
Anna Grace Tribble: “The Construction of Marginality: Latina Migrant Farmworkers, Sexual Abuse, and the Challenge of Policy-Making”