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Syracuse University, College of Arts and Sciences

Conference and symposium presentations

Posted on: May 15, 2020

SOURCE-funded student, Cayla Sharp’s work was presented and/or accepted for presentation in multiple venues in the form of posters or oral presentations.

  • Poster presentation: “The Importance of Understanding the Differences between the North and South Korean Dialects for Human and National Security”, Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics Open House, SU, September 13, 2019.
  • Poster Presentation: “The Importance of Understanding the Differences between the North and South Korean Dialects for Human and National Security”, SOURCE Orange Talks and Poster Session, Bird Library, SU, October 18, 2019.
  • Poster Presentation: “The Importance of Understanding the Differences between the North and South Korean Dialects for Human and National Security”, SOURCE Orange Talks and Poster Session, Bird Library, SU, January 31, 2020.
  • Oral Presentation: “The Importance of Understanding the Differences between the North and South Korean Dialects for Human and National Security”. Cayla Sharp’s work was invited to represent Syracuse University at the ACC Meeting of the Minds conference at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. March 20-22. [Cancelled due to Covid-19].
  • Oral Presentation: “The Importance of Understanding the Differences between the North and South Korean Dialects for Human and National Security”. Undergraduate Research Festival, Syracuse University. April 22-24. [Cancelled due to Covid-19].
  • Virtual Oral Presentation: “The Implications of the linguistic differences between the North and South Korean Dialects for a reunified Korea”. SOURCE Virtual Undergraduate Research & Creative Work Symposium, Syracuse University. May 12-14.