Professor Dennis Edgell's GGYS 5040 class is hosting a mini-symposium on Cultural Geography December 12th, 5:30-8:15pm. The event will beheld in the Oxendine Science Building, Room 3246 and will offer graduate students the opportunity to model professional poster and oral presentations.
The program begins with a poster session followed by oral presentations as follows:
6:30 "Location and Geography Affect Voting Patterns in North Carolina" by DeVare Jenkins.
6:45 "Peyotism and the Native American Church: An Ethno-Geographic Student Employing a 'Five Themes' Approach" by Richard William Varner II.
7:00 "Teal's Wonderful World of Golf" by Jimmy Teal.
7:15 "Buddhism and the Five Themes of Cultural Geography: Questions & Answers" by Sonya L. Hunt.
7:30 "Global Human Trafficking" by LaToya Gholston.
7:45 "The Diffusion of Jazz in America from 1917-1969: Examining Jazz though Recordings" by Brandon Hyatt.
8:00 "Cultural Geography of Religious Cults" by Katheryn Sonnet.