The 21st annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium was held May 15-16, 2018.

Students self-selected to submit their presentations for preservation and access through this site. Submissions are currently being reviewed. The full 2018 program lists all presenters.

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Submissions from 2018

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The Education Gap Among Latina/o Students, Zachary Ray Berkshire

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2018 Student Research and Creative Works Symposium Program, Eastern Washington University

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The Effect of Chicanx Studies in High School Graduation Rates, Angelica Garcia-Macias

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Standardized Test and The Impact on Latino Students, Jose A. Hernandez

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DECONSTRUCTING COLONIZATION IN THE CLASSROOM, Claire Israel

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Latinos in the Military, Austin Johnson

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Latinos in the United States Military: World War II, Brianna R. Lasso

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Why are Latinxs Underrepresented in Medical Professions?, Elizavet Mariscal Guzman

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Latinos: Breaking the Barrier of College Education Completion, Wendolyn J. Martinez

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Dual-Language Immersion, Joseph C. Miller

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Parental Deportation Effects On Citizen Children, Esmeralda S. Montano

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Challenges and Motivations Experienced by 1st Generation Latina/o Students in Higher Education, Ereisa G. Morales

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Latinos within Criminal Justice: Lawyers, Jared Ortiz

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Obstacles that Latinx/Chicanx Encounter While Getting Into the Medical Field, Shreya Patel

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Racism and the Latino Identity in America, 1910-1970, Cooper J. Smith

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Dropout Rate Among Chicano and Latino Immigrant High School Students, Emma Smith

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The Link Between Latinx and American Music, Koby T. Sonnabend

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Latino Communities and the Health System, Savanna Stockman

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Latino-Owned Business’s: The Future of the US Economy, Jeffrey R. Styborski

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Academic Focus on Hispanic Students in Predominantly White Institutions, Marixza Torres

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Chicanos: An Equal Opportunity for Higher Education, Cecilia Zamora