• May 8, 2024, 9:00 am2:00 pm
  • May 9, 2024, 9:00 am1:00 pm
East Pyne 339


Event Description
DateTimeNameThesis Title
May 89-10amSydney JohnsonA (Brief) Black, Panamanian History of Reggaeton:
Connecting The Streets of Panamá to New York,
Puerto Rico, and the World
May 810-11amJackson LehnerFintech & Credit: Applications to Hispanic Business
Ownership and Entrepreneurship in the United States
May 811am-12pmClariza Marie MacaspacUntold Stories of Women in 17th and 18th Century
May 812-1 pmLilly CostelloSelling Credit: How Mexican Fintechs Use the Future of
Money as Advertising
May 81-2 pmFrancis BarthA national imperative and our poor response:
an essay on US adult ESL programs
May 99-10amRobert BrittInvestigating Health Access, Experience, and Outcome
of Latin American Immigrants in Trenton, New Jersey
through an Intersectional Lens
May 910-11amAaron Brzezinski“Your Huddled Masses”: Barriers to Equal Access and
a Fair Trial in the United States Legal System for
Limited English Proficient (LEP) Litigants
May 911am-12pmMariela Mancia PinedaLatine Identity Creation in Memoirs
May 912-1pmCarrington JohnsonDe almas asesinadas a espíritus vivos

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