UCLA Writing Programs proudly presents
Songs of Ourselves: Whitmanic Explorations of Self and Community, a unique addition Undergraduate Research Week
Friday, May 24, 10am-12pm, UCLA Powell Library Rotunda
2019 marks UCLA’s centennial and the bicentennial of Walt Whitman, America’s first poet of democracy. Celebrating the radical optimism that links Whitman to UCLA, students from Writing Programs courses will present original scholarship at Undergraduate Research Week on issues related to the expression of self and community. Presentations by undergraduates from diverse majors will range from research-based critical inquiries to original poetry and artist statements.
Free and open to the public. Refreshments served. RSVPs encouraged. RSVP here!
Zain Kashif, Junior, Biology
Coleen Leslie, Junior, Neuroscience
Nicole B. Lewis, Sophomore, Physiological Science
Katy McClellan, Sophomore, Psychology
Ari Mosley, Freshman, Business Economics
Jaquelin Ortiz Martinez, Senior, Anthropology and Spanish, Community and Culture
Kelsey Ouyang, Senior, Human Biology and Society
Danielle Potheau, Senior, Applied Linguistics
William Soong, Junior, Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology
Brandon Williams, Junior, Psychobiology
Co-sponsored by UCLA Writing Programs, UCLA Library, Interdisciplinary & Cross Campus Affairs, and the UCLA Arts Initiative, and produced by Dr. Amber West as part of Whitmania, the west coast’s largest celebration of Walt Whitman’s bicentennial.