SRU faculty and students present research at the NCUR


May 2, 2023

A contingent from Slippery Rock University presented research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research last month at University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. The following are faculty and students who presented, followed by titles of their presentations:

  • Kari-Anne Innes, an assistant professor of theatre, “Seussical, an Audience that Grew Three Sizes: Community Engaged Learning and Audience Development.”
  • Cassandra Dietrich, a senior dual dance and theater major from West Alexander, “The Confluence of Dance, Photography and Lighting.”
  • Gianna Henriquez, a senior dance major from Perth Amboy, New Jersey, "Sanar: Honoring Earth's Unwa vering Resilience.”
  • Tyler Anderson, a senior dual dance and modern languages and cultures major from Allison Park, "An Investigation of Race, Gender, and Queer Theories in Numerous Variations of Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake."

Attended by more than 4,000 students, the NCUR is the largest undergraduate research conference in the country.