Please join Undergraduate Research in the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research (Davis Library 225) on Tuesday, January 17 for presentations from our Feb Kellogg Fellows. Refreshments available beginning at 4:15 pm. Presentations will begin at 4:30 pm. The fellows, as well as Dean Lisa Gates, will be available for general questions about the fellowship at the end of the presentations.

Matthew Spitzer ’16.5–Conceiving the Non-Conceptual: Language at Its Limit in Buddhist Thought

Caroline Cating ’16.5–Perceptions of Slang in Iberian Spanish: The Case of Caló Loanwords

Hasher Nisar ’16.5–Examining the Effect of Geographical Location on the Status Hierarchies of Muslims and Jews–Evidence from the New York Times and the Guardian, 1985-2014

The Kellogg Fellowship was awarded to eight students for 2016-17 to support senior thesis research in the humanities and areas of humanistic inquiry. Other Kellogg fellows will present in the spring semester, including at the Spring Student Symposium. More information is available at