The Collegiate Association for Inequality Research (CAIR) at Wake Forest University is seeking presenters for their inaugural Conference on Social Justice and Inequality. CAIR is a student-led organization that allows students to pursue undergraduate research on social inequity and to help ease inequality through peer mentoring research groups and conferences such as this.
To read more about CAIR, click here.
The deadline for abstract submission is April 3, 2021. The conference will be held on April 24, 2021.
For the Conference on Social Justice and Inequality CAIR is seeking research projects covering inequality. CAIR understands that inequality has a broad definition and encourages students to seek out these various inequities. They encourage students from all disciplines to participate. Examples of possible projects include, but are not limited to:
- Legal analysis of human rights cases
- Statistical modeling to predict homelessness
- Anthropologic study of marginalized groups
- How racism affects patient care
Applicants will submit an abstract of no more than 300 words summarizing their research. Exact formating and tips on writing abstracts can be found on the application website. If the projects are accepted, students will prepare a (roughly) 12-minute long presentation with an additional 3 minutes of discussion time.
To apply for this opportunity, click here.