Session: Oral 1, May 21, 2021 9:35am – 11:05am
Room: Criminology & Political Science
Moderator: Matt Princetta
Co-Moderator: Brionna Martinez
Recording Link: Click Here
Presenters/topics below are in order of presentation. Each presentation was approximately 10 minutes long.  Move the video forward in 10-minute increments to skip to the next topic.   


Presenter Name(s) Project Title
Nicolas Gutierrez Information Overload: Effects of Digital Neighborhood Watch Apps on Users’ Fear of Crime
Sauntharya Manikandan Examining the Effects of Notetaking on Mock Juror’s Recall of Trial Evidence and Overall Decision-Making Confidence
Jocelyn Evens Two Problems, One Solution: An Empirical Examination of the Influential Discourse of Social Movements on Criminal Justice Diversion Programs
Neiman Araque Jurors’ Pre-Existing Beliefs and Perceptions about the Credibility of Child Witnesses
Yara Bojorquez Politicizing the Pandemic: The Problem with Partisanship During Covid-19
Vitica Arnold
Tiffany Yin Understanding U.S. Involvement in the Rwanda Genocide: A Successful Humanitarian Effort?
Jaime Romero A Critique of Tone Policing as a Proxy of Civil Discourse
Mona Amirseyedian Political Outreach to Americans of Middle Eastern and North African Descent During the 2020 Election
Rachel Lee Redefining Third Places in Unique Times