URCA Talk Tuesday with Gabby Birog (Research in History)

Tuesday, November 12 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Come hear from your peers! URCA Talk Tuesdays are short lunch sessions designed to showcase the awesome undergraduate research happening at UCSB. Students will share project details and their unique experience participating in research! 

Gabby Birog

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

12 -1 pm 

CITRAL (LIBRARY ROOM 1576)

Gabby is a fourth year pursuing a double major in History and Psychological & Brain Sciences. She is currently working on a senior honors thesis within the history department under the supervision of distinguished professor Dr. Laura Kalman. While taking a pro-seminar last winter, she wrote a paper addressing the political, social, and economic consequences of the 1970s deinstitutionalization movement of the mentally ill, which she argued eventually played a role in the current mental health crisis in the United States. For her thesis, she will be expanding her research on one of the major consequences of the crisis--the disproportionate amount of mentally ill in the criminal justice system. 

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Pizza will be Provided! 

URCA OFFICE

Event Type

Research Study‚Ä®

Target Audience

Undergraduate Students

Tags

URCA

Website

http://urca.ucsb.edu

Group
Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URCA)
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