Chloe Brotherton '17 wins UCSB Undergraduate Research Slam

UCSB Linguistics undergrad Chloe Brotherton '17 won 1st Place in the 2017 Undergraduate Research Slam in May, for her 3-minute research presentation "A 'Bitch' by Any Other Name: Reclaiming Gendered Insult Terms"!

The Undergraduate Research Slam offers UCSB undergrads the change to present their original research in dynamic talks lasting no more than 3 minutes, in front of an audience and a panel of judges, with the top three students earning awards ranging from $1500 to $2500 to further their research. Over 50 students participated in the initial round, and Chloe was one of 15 shortlisted finalists who presented on May 16th, where she won the top prize.

Chloe's full talk can be viewed on YouTube here!