Project Humanities Research Ambassador Showcase

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Project Humanities Research Ambassador Showcase

This expo is the cumulation of a semester dedicated to the diverse research topics of Project Humanities Student Ambassadors.

By Project Humanities

When and where

Date and time

Thursday, June 1 · 6 - 7:30pm PDT



About this event

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

The Project Humanities Undergraduate Research Ambassadors Program provides an opportunity for students to complete a research-based applied project that considers a social justice issue under the direction of a faculty mentor. This event is the cumulation of a semester dedicated to the research and findings of each ambassador's chosen topic.

This year, ambassadors focused on a variety of topics including Autism & Policing, ESL & Digital Literacy, Caregiver Advocacy, and Title IX in Pac-12 Schools.

About the organizer

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Project Humanities

Project Humanities brings together individuals and communities, within and around ASU, to instill passion and knowledge of humanities study, research, and humanist thought. By exploring shared ideas and experiences, Project Humanities facilitates conversations across diverse communities to build understanding through talking, listening, and connecting.

Talking: Speaking, singing, painting, strumming, asking, writing, expressing
Listening: seeing, thinking, hearing, reading, imagining, creating
Connecting: making meaning, making sense, understanding, creating dialogue, changing perceptions, offering perspective


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