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Science Writing Graduate Thesis Presentations

Friday, May 18, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

CMS/W and The Graduate Program in Science Writing invite you to the Thesis Presentations of the Class of 2018.

W20 (Student Center) 20 Chimneys
Morning Session: 10:00 AM
Presentations by

  • Fatima Husain The Deepest Paradox: Seafloor Mining and Its Future
  • Frankie Schembri The Promise and Perils of Personalized Learning: Keeping Students at the Center of the Ed Tech Revolution
  • Timothy James Dimacali From the Sea to the Stars: The Forgotten Journeys of the Philippines’ Ancient Explorers
  • Kelsey Tsipis Fission and Fury in Perry, Ohio: One Town’s Fight to Save Their Nuclear Power Plant

Lunch Break: 12:00 PM
Afternoon Session: 1:00 PM
Presentations by

  • Ashley Junger Can This Burger Save the Planet? Synthetic Beef and the Dream of an American Animal-Free Diet
  • Heather Mongilio The Invisible Scars: How Domestic Violence Victims Have Been Left Out of the Discussion on Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Laura Castañón The People and the Park: How a Small Mexican Community Created One of the World’s Most Successful Marine Preserves

Directly following the Thesis Presentations
Screening of Student Documentary Videos


Friday, May 18, 2018
10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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MIT Building W20, Twenty Chimneys
84 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02142
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Shannon Larkin Written by Shannon Larkin