BEN Talks Gallery
BFS students share in the YouTube videos below the most compelling findings from research they’ve conducted at Penn and join a video archive of BFS students’ memorable research that will keep growing for years to come. The creator of each year’s best BEN Talk – as selected by a faculty committee chaired by BFS Director and Professor Peter Struck – receives a $500 award.
What’s been your most intriguing research discovery at Penn?
The 2018 BEN Talks Winner
Andrew Park, "The Art of Nothing"
The 2017 BEN Talks - select submissions below
BFS in Nursing cohort (Eva Chau, Kirsten Garza, Sam Noblejas, and Elizabeth Sieber), "Nursing Specialty and Primary Ambulatory Care Education (N-SPACE) – WINNER 2017
Aaron Wolff, "John Stuart Mill and Moral Progress"
Nadia Govotsos, "Gender Diverstiy on Corporate Boards in France: An Analysis"
Mara Zafiu, "Health Access for Vulnerable Populations: a Study on the Narikuravar Community in Tamil Nadu, India"
The 2015 and 2016 BEN Talks - select submissions below
Maya Afilalo, "Worry in Daily Life" (Winner 2015)
Audrey Harnagel, "A Method to Identify Bet-Hedging Escherichia coli" (Winner 2016)
Wing So, "Art About Elsewhere: The Cultural Politics of Representing Israel and Palestine"
Eileen Wang "Choice, Control and Childbirth: Cesarean Deliveries on Maternal Request in Shanghai, China"
Jane Wu, "The Effect of Metal Cations on Ptaquiloside Hydrolysis"