Undergraduate fellows present at conference

April 17, 2015

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”