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Vietnamese Migration Patterns And Public Policy, Johnny Nguyen, Binh Vo, Jennifer Treadway May 2015

Vietnamese Migration Patterns And Public Policy, Johnny Nguyen, Binh Vo, Jennifer Treadway

Symposium Of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE)

At the end of the Vietnamese War in 1975, South Vietnam natives sought to escape Vietnam from the communist reign of its North counterpart. Fueled by the former Communist revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh’s dream of uniting Vietnam under one communist ideal, the north cemented their occupation in the Fall of Saigon in 1975 and the retreat of all American soldiers. Along with the retreat of thousands of American troops, came the many waves of Vietnamese immigrants to steadily make their way to various parts of the world including the United States, Canada, Australia, and France. The research will ...


Hydropolicy In Ethiopia, Matthew Baldwin May 2015

Hydropolicy In Ethiopia, Matthew Baldwin

Symposium Of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE)

The Ethiopian Growth and Transformation Plan was a five-year plan put forward by the Ethiopian Government to modernize, stabilize, and drastically improve the quality of life for everyone in Ethiopia. The plan was centrally focused on encouraging foreign investment opportunities, and undertook many large scale development projects. To accomplish this plan, Addis Ababa attempted to pursue grand power-generating abilities and to become a hydropower juggernaut in the region, as well as secure energy resources with membership in the East African Power Pool. This presentation evaluates how Ethiopia’s developmental and intergovernmental efforts have helped in achieving the desired growth and ...


The Port Of Liuzhou: Problems And Prospects, Xifang Wang May 2015

The Port Of Liuzhou: Problems And Prospects, Xifang Wang

Symposium Of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE)

The poster is a graphic depiction of the problems that rapid economic development created for the Port of Liuzhou. As the industrial economy of Liuzhou City expanded, the port was increasingly unable to keep up with the import and export demands of the Liuzhou foreign trade market. The upgrading of the Port of Liuzhou has become a key factor in supporting the city’s economy and sustaining its growth. This task falls to the Liuzhou Port Administration Office. As is the case everywhere, expansion requires both authorization and the adequate appropriation of funds. Since the port is located in the ...


New Thinking About Urban Growth: Liujiang County, Lihua Li May 2015

New Thinking About Urban Growth: Liujiang County, Lihua Li

Symposium Of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE)

The New Road to Urbanization with Chinese Characteristics that was put forward by the eighteenth Congress of the Chinese Communist Party is being implemented in Liujiang County of Luizhou city through a series of plans and policies. This is an analysis of the process of urbanization under those plans: The Twelfth Five-year Economic Plan for Liujiang County and The Research Report on Liujiang Urbanization. The poster depicts three of the major components: (1) background material on the urbanization of Liujiang County and the opportunities that both external and internal factors present; (2) the new thinking about urban growth and the ...


Liuzhou’S Housing Supply: Affordable Quality Housing For Everyone, Huazhi Zhang May 2015

Liuzhou’S Housing Supply: Affordable Quality Housing For Everyone, Huazhi Zhang

Symposium Of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE)

Liuzhou is known throughout China, even the world, as a livable industrial city. An adequate supply of quality housing for all citizens is the most essential factor in livability. This is especially true in China where home ownership has been a prerequisite for happiness since ancient times. Because basic housing, as a necessity of life, is now guaranteed by the state, the government must supervise and adjust the housing market. At the same time, experience has shown that adequate housing for different income categories cannot be provided by the government alone. This analysis examines the policies and strategies adopted by ...


Political Science Nobel Laureates, Matthew Prpich, Jeremiah Hodgins, Tommy Mccullough, Eric Galvan May 2015

Political Science Nobel Laureates, Matthew Prpich, Jeremiah Hodgins, Tommy Mccullough, Eric Galvan

Symposium Of University Research and Creative Expression (SOURCE)

Four political scientists and one fellow traveler have won Nobel Prizes since the founding of the discipline in 1880. This study examines their personal achievements and works, as well as the Nobel Laureates collective contributions influencing the field of political science, the United States, and the world. The poster uses a timeline to highlight their achievements and show how they are still relevant in the field today.