Penn Grad Talks | Social Sciences Category
3260 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19104
Join us for a day of TED Talk-style presentations by Penn Arts & Sciences graduate students representing the Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Professional Master’s programs as they compete for first place and audience choice prizes within their category.
This event is open to the Penn community and the general public. Refreshments, including vegan and vegetarian options, will be served throughout the day.
Can't make it to the event? Watch the Penn Grad Talks livestream on YouTube.
Rural Rupees to Cashless Clicks: Microfinance's High-Tech Tale
Ian Anderson, International Studies, The Lauder Institute
Losing the Forest for the Seas: How Maritime Construction Changed the Landscape of Colonial North America
Chelsea Cohen, Anthropology
A Moral Dilemma of “Selling Out”: Race, Class, and Career Considerations among Elite College Students
Joyce Kim, Sociology
Illegal Drug Use and Government Policy: Evidence from a Darknet Marketplace
Artem Kuriksha, Economics
A Picture Worth AaThousand Words: The Effect of Murals on Crime
Maya Moritz, Criminology
Click HERE for a full list of all of this year's Penn Grad Talks finalist speakers.