Kylie was a session winner (5th place) at the social science section of the UA Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference (URCA) on March, 26 2018. The title of her poster was “Is Divorce Fair? The Gender Dynamics of Property Division.” She was mentored by Dr. Bronwen Lichtenstein.
Kylie is in her sophomore year at UA, taking a double major in Biology and Psychology (honors), and a minor in Criminal Justice. Kylie hopes to attend medical school where she will specialize in obstetrics and gynecology. She volunteers her time at the UA Center for Service Leadership and engages in animal research in the Department of Biology.
John E. Denton
John was a session winner (4th place) at the social science section of the UA Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Conference (URCA) on March 26, 2018. The title of his poster was: “Accept or Decline?” Deciding Factors in a Voluntary HIV Testing Program at the Parole Office.” He was mentored by Dr. Bronwen Lichtenstein.
John is in his senior year at UA, taking a major in Spanish and minors in Sociology, Chemistry, and Social Innovation and Leadership. John hopes to attend medical school where he will specialize in infectious diseases. He is employed as a medical scribe at the University Medical Center and as an HIV educator at the Tuscaloosa County Probation and Parole Office. He has volunteered his time at the Southern Poverty Law Center, Los estudiantes de Alabama sin fronteras, and Seeds of Hope in Perry County, Alabama.