Interview With Gwendolyn Franklin, Ursinus College Class of 2018

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Gwendolyn Franklin, Ursinus College Class of 2018, reflects on the continuing impact of her mentors and research as an undergraduate - including the opportunities provided by participation in the Celebration of Student Achievement (CoSA) and the Summer Fellows program. She discusses her current research as a student at Temple University, studying how anxieties surrounding strip mining and coal extraction industries in Point Pleasant, West Virginia, manifest in the form of a monster called "Mothman."

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Spring 2021

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Gwendolyn Franklin, alumni, interview, West Virginia, Point Pleasant, Mothman

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The primary file is a video reflection in .mp4 format with a run time of one minute.

The interview conducted by Alex Mossaidis is available in transcript form as a supplemental file.

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Interview With Gwendolyn Franklin, Ursinus College Class of 2018

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