HHH Ph.D. Tong & MPP alum Marchesi presenting in UMN Doctoral Research Showcase

Kangkang Tong, Public Affairs
"Low-carbon Cities: Accounting, Infrastructure Analysis, and Transitions"

Bridget Marchesi,  Political Science      

"Does Restorative Justice Lead to Peace and Reconciliation?: Evaluating Impacts using a Multi-level, Multi-method Approach"

April 3, 2018 from 12-2 p.m. | Great Hall, Coffman Memorial Union            

The goals of the Doctoral Research Showcase are to help our doctoral fellows develop their abilities to talk about their research to audiences outside of their disciplines, and to give the University community the opportunity to learn about some of the newest and most innovative research being done on campus.

As they make their way down the long and often winding road to the dissertation, our doctoral fellows transform from being those who absorb knowledge to those who produce it. The student is now the scholar, one whose expertise and experience will contribute to the betterment of people, places, and systems throughout the state, the nation, and the world - whether in academia or industry, nonprofit or government.

Show your support for some of the University’s most creative thinkers as they share the discoveries they’ve made on the path from student to scholar.

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