Omari-Khalid Rahman wins Best Student Oral Presentation Award at Hunter’s UGRC

On April 19th and 20th, Hunter B.A./M.A. Economics students Omari-Khalid Rahman, Eden Volkov, Abraham Gutman, Tenzing Doma, Natalie Rubinchik, Daniel Cisneros, and Shamima Khan represented the Economics Department in participating in Hunter’s fourth annual Undergraduate Research Conference. The conference provides a forum for Hunter undergraduates from all disciplines and departments to present their research or scholarship via poster sessions and oral presentations.

Omari-Khalid Rahman (on left) was one of three winners of the UGRC Student Oral Presentation Award for his presentation of his research on Disparities in the Use of Police Force. See here for the abstracts of research presented at the conference.

Tenzing PresentingTenzing Doma Presenting her Research on Farmers’ Markets and Population Health in the U.S.


Shamima PresentingShamima Khan Presenting her Research on Barriers and Facilitators to Employment


UGRC logo
Abraham PresentingAbraham Gutman Presenting his Research on Racial Bias in the Application of Physical Force by Police Officers
Eden PresentingEden Volkov Presenting Her Research on the Causal Effect of Health Insurance Coverage on the Labor Supply of Young Adults
UGRC logo
Natalie PresentingNatalie Rubinchik Presenting Her Research on Risk Aversion Effects on Health and Financial Investments in Middle Adulthood
Daniel PresentingDaniel Cisneros Presenting his Research on Productivity Perception and Same-Race and Gender Bias