2023 Richter Scholar Symposium I

The symposium will be held on Friday, June 9 in the Tarble Room.

a student presenting to a group of students and faculty

Morning Session — 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Tarble Room

French and Francophone Feminism

Urvee Singh and Atlas C. Hampton-Gregory
Faculty mentor: Tessa Sermet

Black History of Lake Forest College: 1940-1970

Tabitha Lynn Andrews and Eliane de Lurdes Wiehl Fenita
Faculty mentor: Courtney Joseph

Oh la la: French stereotypes in media

Brodie Lynne Kaufman and Alice A. Virani
Faculty mentor: Tessa Sermet

New Directions in Historiographic Reconsideration of the History of Education in Africa

Marybel Sofia Sacramento
Faculty mentor: Desmond Odugu

Black Lives Matter and the Original Court Cases and Reactions

Shellane Ashley Shettleworth, Armani Lorenzo Alarid, and DeJanae Harges 
Faculty mentor: R. L. Watson

Afternoon Session — 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the Tarble Room

Leading by Example as a U.S. National Security Strategy

Emília de Paula Fonseca, Andrea Uxue Sandoval-Torres, and Sarah Maria Faller
Faculty mentor: James Marquardt

New Instruments for General Chemistry Laboratory

Jonathan Luke Chao and Sai Gaddam
Faculty mentor: Jason Cody

Investigating the Role of Institutional Investors in Online Peer-to-Peer Lending

Zofia Joanna Czarnik and Maggie Jane Fields
Faculty mentor: Nancy Tao

Analyzing Medical Images for Diagnosis

Edward Aguilar
Faculty mentor: Sugata Banerji

Environmental Social and Governance (ESG) Investing

Kyla Sue Chevalier, Kylie Donovan Grebinar, and Ian Villardi Venturini Barbosa
Faculty mentor: Nancy Tao