Rhodes Seniors Present Research at 24th Annual Latin American Studies Symposium

Seniors Isabelle Bruner, Sarah Clifton, Mariam Ebeid, and Emily Gibson presented their research at the 24th Annual Latin American Studies Symposium hosted by Birmingham-Southern College April 1. Their presentations included: 

  • “Más allá de los límites: Unamuno y Borges”-Isabelle Bruner
  • “Factors Behind the Under-Utilization of Health Care Services and Low Access to Health Care in the Mexican Immigrant Population in the United States”-Sarah Clifton 
  • “El yo, la memoria y Borges en El olvido que seremos”-Mariam Ebeid
  • “Rogue, Radical, and Relentless Priests of Latin America”-Emily Gibson

Birmingham-Southern College’s Annual Latin American Studies Symposium showcases original research and creative projects conducted during the preceding year by undergraduate students from approximately 30 colleges and universities.