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East Stroudsburg

Jessica Null, a senior at East Stroudsburg University majoring in political science and history, presented research at the Northeastern Political Science Association’s 53rd annual meeting. Kimberly S. Adams, professor of political science, received ESU’s Summer Undergraduate Research Experience grant and selected Null to assist her in collecting and entering data on “restrictive” voter laws. The research conducted by Adams and Null examined 361 of the so-called restrictive voter bills introduced in state legislatures as of March 24, identified by the liberal Brennan Center. Null took part in a panel titled Race and Gender in American Politics. “Jessica represented ESU admirably at the NPSA conference,” Adams said. ••

New York Institute of Technology proudly recognizes medical student Tinsa Varughese for being a member of Student American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedics. ••

Cierra Kelly is a member of the class of 2025 at Loyola University Maryland. ••

Eric Mieu was recognized for completing the academic portion of the physical therapist assistant program at Central Penn College. Mieu will next move on to an internship in the field. ••