Public Affairs Scholarship Students at Research Symposium

Both undergraduate student recipients of the Margaret Chase Smith Public Affairs Scholarship for 2015-16 made their final poster presentations at the 2016 UMaine Student Research Symposium on April 27th. Senior Economics major Garrett Raymond, advised by Sharon Klein, carried out a research project examining the economic feasibility of additional Maine license plate funding programs. Allyson Eslin, a third-year student and triple major in Political Science, Psychology, and Economics, advised by Caroline Noblet, tied for third in the poster presentation for her work on “The Impact of Economic and Psychological Metrics on Political Decision-Making,”