AJC Center Undergraduate Research Fellows Sarah Rudasill and Suvra Mostafa were accepted to present at the 30th anniversary National Conference on Undergraduate Research. The conference will be held April 7-19 in Asheville, North Carolina.
Sarah Rudasill will present “The Impact of a Medicaid Expansion on HIV-Positive Men and Women in the U.S. South,” a project based on her Spring 2015 independent research project with the Anna Julia Cooper Center.
Suvra Mostafa will present findings from her ongoing Fall 2015 – Spring 2016 research project, “What it Means to Work: Greater Implications of Economic Opportunities for Low Income Youth in Winston Salem, NC.”
AJC Center Research Fellows complete independent research projects that investigate political questions at the intersections of gender, race, and region. Fellows propose their own project topics and work closely with a faculty adviser. Learn more about the program here.