Archives for the ‘Students’ Category

Argentine and U.S. interviews – interesting discussions with student political leaders

By • Aug 8th, 2016 • Category: Honors Thesis, Research, Students

Besides surveys, the other primary component of my Monroe project is interviews with students who lead or have led (if the new leaders have not yet assumed their responsibilities) student political groups. I conducted in-person interviews at the National University of La Plata during June and have been conducting interviews at William & Mary (mostly […]



(still re-capping) Research in Argentina cont. – surveys and challenges

By • Aug 2nd, 2016 • Category: Honors Thesis, Research, Students

The main difficulty I had with the Argentine side of my research was with the surveys. The university I was involved with in Argentina was the National University of La Plata (UNLP is the acronym in Spanish), which is one of the most respected universities in Argentina and serves 90,000+ students in 17 different Faculties […]



Still catching up – initial experiences with politics in Argentina

By • Jul 27th, 2016 • Category: Honors Thesis, Human Rights, Research, Students

Although I did not put it on my list per se, one of my priorities in Argentina was to experience firsthand how Argentines related to politics, especially students. One of my first experiences in that regard was attending the march in Buenos Aires on March 24, the 40th anniversary of the coup that started last […]



Tying Up the Loose Ends of Your Digital Identity

By • May 7th, 2008 • Category: Blogs and Wikis, Honors Thesis, Research, Students

re.web – The William & Mary Web Redesign Andy DeSoto, a junior psychology major at William and Mary, has written a guide for students (and faculty) on how to use the new Tribe Voices tool to manage their presence on … Continue reading



Digital Repository Pilot Project

By • Apr 22nd, 2008 • Category: Students

Over the last semester, we’ve been working with Wayne Graham at the Swem Library and some students and staff at the Charles Center to create a digital repository of honors theses. I just received my first email notification of a submission– an honors thesis by Sara Thomas entitled From Shadwell to Monticello: The Material Culture […]