Throughout the weekend of March 4th and 5th, SDSU hosted its annual Student Research Symposium. SRS is an opportunity for San Diego State University students to showcase their research, scholarship, and creative activities to other members of the SDSU community and the public.
This year, Sara Rodrigue presented her research poster titled “Pilot Testing a Field Assessment Tool to Assess Inequity in Public Restroom Access and Quality”.
Also, Catalina Torres showcased her research poster titled “Qualitative Analysis of the Impact of Socioeconomic Factors on Eating Disorder Risk among Transgender and Gender Diverse Young Adults”.
Both Sara and Catalina were awarded the Research Award for Diversity, Inclusion, and Social Justice. Five of these awards are given to the best presentations that exemplify SDSU’s ongoing commitment to these values.