Student from Antioch to present at Graceland University on race relations

Bianca Pensy Aba of Antioch,  was selected for an oral presentation on “Race Relations in the United States and Brazil After Slavery: A Comparative Study” in Science and Math.

The goal of the annual event is to develop a culture of high-quality research, scholarship and creative activities. The showcase is an opportunity for students and professors to professionally demonstrate their scholarly works for the entire campus to see, and enables all schools to see each other’s work in one place. Scholarly works are represented by posters, presentations, demonstrations, senior projects, art shows, musical instrument recitals and more.

Graceland University student scholars from a variety of academic disciplines were selected to present their research and work to an audience of fellow students, faculty and visitors.

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