CHASS undergraduates shone during the 20th annual NC State University Undergraduate Research Symposium at the McKimmon Center. Eleven CHASS majors shared their research. Topics ranged from “Legalizing Sexual Exploitation: Prostitution Law in the Netherlands” (Eleanor Hawthorne) to “Social Networks and Violence in Rio de Janeiro” (Mitiele Konrath); “India, Beauty Pageants and Globalization” (Karen Lundin); and “Analysis of the Global Sex Trade: United States Policy and the Prostitution Debate” (Katie Starr).
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