Thirteen Geography majors at will take part in this year’s Celebration of Creative Inquiry. Come check out their research and show your support!
What: Celebration of Creative Inquiry
When: 5-7pm on Friday, May 3
Where: Gustavus Campus Center
Research posters by:
Brian Zabel: Spatial Analysis of Viable Locations for Future Construction of Cabela’s Retail Stores
Elsa Bell: Personal, Social and Environmental Benefits of Urban Gardening
Teige Cudahy: Are We Happy Here? A Proposed Study of Sense of Place and Subjective Wellbeing
Kristin Moen: The Effect of Work-Life Balance on Life Satisfaction: A Comparison of Denmark and the United States
Matt Bye: Parishes without Borders: Congregational Geography in Minneapolis & St. Paul
Tim LaBombard: Land Use Change Due to Mississippi River Flooding in Southern Minnesota
Miranda Quirk Becker: Lessons on Sustainable Urban Living for St. Paul, Minnesota, from Christchurch, New Zealand
Nathan Dexter: Language in Flux: Sami and Meänkieli Languages in Northern Sweden
Lauren Anderson: Somali Immigrant Relations In A Rural Midwestern Town
Zachary Stackhouse: HIV/AIDS in Urban South Africa
Jasmine Porter: Garden-Based Learning Curriculum in K-12 Education
Bennett Thrash: East Africa Immigrant Assimilation in Minnesota
Chris Masad: The Roman Theater as an Empirical Tool (Classics Department)
and many other students from across campus.
Here are photos from last year’s CCI.