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2024-25 Glasscock Undergraduate Summer Scholars

Meet our 2024-25 Glasscock Undergraduate Summer Scholars!

The Glasscock Undergraduate Summer Scholar program promotes undergraduate humanities research through a graduate-level summer research experience in collaboration with LAUNCH Undergraduate Research and the University Writing Center. Scholars attend a 40-hour seminar where they learn about specific research topics and research methodologies. This summer, the Glasscock Center hosted fifteen Summer Scholars in five seminars led by five Faculty Directors.



Seminar Topic: "Cultures of the US Civil War”

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FACULTY DIRECTOR
Ira Dworkin
English

Mario Martinez

Mario Martinez Alfaro
History

Stella Chung

Stella Chung
History

Tatum Sommer

Tatum Sommer
English



Seminar Topic: "Exploring Environmental Humanities in the Age of Mass Extinction: History, Literature, Arts and Sciences of Climate Change”

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FACULTY DIRECTOR
Side Emre
History

Luke Beaty

Luke Beaty
Political Science

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Joseph Dib
Biology

Chetana Kuchibhotla

Chetana Kuchibhotla
Bioenvironmental Sciences



Seminar Topic: "AppWorlds: New Human Labor in the Late Capitalism”

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FACULTY DIRECTOR
Sergio Lemus
Anthropology

MyKaela Johnston

MyKaela Johnston
Society, Ethics, and Law/Philosophy

Liceth Meza

Liceth Meza
History/Political Science

Sidney Uy Tesy

Sidney Uy Tesy
Philosophy



Seminar Topic: "Indigenous Peoples and Land-Grant Universities: Opportunities and Obligations”

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FACULTY DIRECTOR
Heather Thakar
Anthropology

Parker Burris

Parker Burris
Anthropology

Aarya Newasekar

Aarya Newasekar
Anthropology

Megan Williams

Megan Williams
Anthropology



Seminar Topic: "Civil Rights and Racial Justice in the Age of George Floyd”

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FACULTY DIRECTOR
Albert Broussard
History

Alexis Brasher

Alexis Brasher
History

Addison Silver

Addison Silver
Sociology

Nick Jensen

Nicholas Jensen
Classics