Applause All Around – Student Research Project Presentations

Our students put countless hours of hard work into these fascinating – and extremely timely – research projects. It was extremely rewarding to hear them talk through their findings and insights. Victoria, Yve, and Haidee, thank you for your efforts. You make us all immensely proud.

Victoria Arcay and Yve Lopes, both bachelor’s students in the Phyllis and Harvey Sandler School of Social Work, presented findings of their research project, Effects of Nonpharmacological Intervention in Older Adults With Dementia, at the 8th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium.

Haidee Cano, a master’s student, presented her project, Yo Tambien Importo: How Empowerment Groups Assist Undocumented Survivors of Gender-Based Violence, at the 2018 Latino Social Workers Conference at the University of Washington School of Social Work.