Fall 2019 Freedom and (In)Equality Symposium

Inaugural Freedom and (In)Equality Symposium

Honors Experience Students Participate in Inaugural HEP Symposium

On Friday, September 20, 2019 over 50 Honors Experience students showcased various scholarly works on their HEP theme of Freedom and (In)Equality. Presentations were divided into three mediums: panel, poster, and creative presentation within the categories of Islam, Production and Consumption, Media, State/Power, Analyzing Pop Culture, and Gendered Woes. Students served not only as the presenters for this event but also as the moderators and volunteers who helped the event function efficiently. The event was open to the FSU community and saw visits from students' roommates, peers, and even staff and faculty members from across campus.

The 2020 Symposium has been postponed. Please check back here frequently for updates.


Student Presenter at HEP Fall 2019 Symposium

 

Student Presenter at HEP Fall 2019 Symposium-Black Psyche's Struggle for Internal Liberation in Jim Crow America

 

Student Presenter at HEP Fall 2019 Symposium-History of Drag

 

Student Presenter at HEP Fall 2019 Symposium-Black Abolitionism

 

Student Presenters-HEP Fall 2019 Symposium-Magnum

 

Student Presenter at HEP Fall 2019 Symposium-Coding Fines

 

Fall 2019 HEP Symposium Table Presenters in HSF, 3rd floor

 

Fall 2019 Symposium-HEP Faculty - Dr. Moret, Dr. Owens, and Dr. Gundogan

 

Fall 2019 HEP Symposium -Student Panel and Dr. Annette Schwabe on left

 

Fall 2019 HEP Symposium Presenters at podium-Trystan Loustau

 

Fall 2019 HEP Symposium - Student Presenter at podium

 

Fall 2019 HEP Symposium - Dr. Annette Schwabe speaking to attendees

 

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