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8th Annual International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) at Baruch College
Start Date: 9/27/2021Start Time: 8:30 PM
End Date: 9/27/2021End Time: 9:30 PM
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8th Annual International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) at Baruch College:  Panel of Undergraduate Student Researchers at Baruch and Monash University Australia

Panel Theme:  Gender and Inequality:


Mukhsina Nurilloeva (Computer Information Systems/Accounting, Baruch College), Nusrat Tahera (Computer Information Systems, Baruch College): “Predicting Restaurant Resiliency in New York using Yelp Data” 

Lillianne Bornstein (History, Baruch College): “How British Women Have Been Taught to be Women”

Lauren HIggins (Monash University Australia): “Out of the Kitchens and Closets: Exploring Youth Agency in Western Feminist and Queer Social Change Movements”

Janani Mahendaran (Monash University Australia): “The Witch Trials and Modern-Day Persecution: A Comparative Study”

Baruch students will join undergraduates from around the world in presenting their own original research on panels at the 8th Annual International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR), Sept. 27-29.

This conference is free and open to the public to attend through the ICUR App, which features the full schedule of panels taking place at 15 universities in 12 countries on 5 continents, all coordinated by Monash University in Australia and the University of Warwick in the UK. (Register on the ICUR app here or through the website.)

Baruch’s 28 participants come from all three Baruch schools and many different fields. They’ll be on panels linked in real time with undergraduates at universities in England, Australia, South Africa, Belgium, and France, all presenting their own research. WSAS History Professor Katherine Pence is coordinating Baruch’s participation in the conference, which is supported by Baruch’s Office of the Provost.

For full schedule of panels that include Baruch participants see:

Follow the conference at #icur2021 and @icurstudents. For more information see or email


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