Tuesday, April 15,2014
Zi Yang, a current URSP student, was recently highlighted in an article for his NCUR presentation. Yang is a history major was accepted to present two projects at the 2014 National Conference on Undergraduate Research, held in April in Lexington, Kentucky. His first presentation was titled, "Campaigns for the Land of the Great Khan: The Chinese and Russian Struggle for Hegemony over Outer Mongolia, 1911-1922." His second presentation, "Blood Red Yangtze River: The First Ten Days of the Nanking Massacre," emerged from research mentored by Professor Marion Deshmukh and was funded by OSCAR. To read the full article, please click here.