Students have the opportunity to present your research and promote change at Saint Louis University’s annual Global and Local Social Justice Student Conference.
The conference, which was first held in 2010, is co-sponsored by the Center for Global Citizenship and includes presentations from undergraduate and graduate students. Presentations include research and internship (both credit and non-credit) projects on global and local social justice issues. SLU student social justice organizations are also welcome.
In previous years, students have presented on a variety of topics including global hunger, water rights, globalization, and clinical drug trials.
The conference is free and open to the public. Students from Saint Louis University and other area universities may submit proposals. Contact Robert Strikwerda at email@example.com with questions.