Spring Senior Honors presentations on tap this week

A total of 18 Honors students will present their final Senior Honors projects in person on Tuesday-Thursday, April 25-27 from 3:15-6 p.m. both days in Herbster Chapel.

Through the Honors 455 course, students have worked with a faculty mentor to deepen their understanding of a topic of a compelling interest in their major. Their presentations will outline their methodology, research and theoretical analysis in layman's terms. Senior Honors projects are semester-long independent research projects designed to showcase the work of Honors Program students.

Good luck to everyone!

Here is the list of presenters for this semester:

Tuesday, April 25

3:30 Gretta Griesbach
Me, Myself and I: A One Woman Show About Anxiety and Depression 

3:45 Willow Bohlen
The Tower Museum of Arcane Magic

4:00 Lily Roth
Writing Nuclear Family

4:15 Bri Clark
Handle With Care

4:30 Reese Kuhns
Industry 4.0 Technology on Sport and Fitness

4:45 Carlie Voll
Trials, the Media, and the Exoneration Movement

Wednesday, April 26

3:30 Danyelle Diamond
Video Game Psychology 

3:45 Isabel Chasney
From Atwood’s Biblical Patriarchy to Zamyatin’s Surveillance State: Political History and Its Impacts on Modern Dystopian Literature 

4:00 Landon Vair
Data Analytics and How it is Evolving Basketball

4:15 Olivia Bean
An Appraisal of Cinematherapy as a Treatment for Childhood Trauma

4:45 Jeanna Fullom
The Link Between Depression and Appetite 

5:00 Bailee Coss
Affirming Diversity in the Classroom: Inclusive Educational Practices in Local Schools 

5:15 Celia DeTray
Music and Psychology: Music on our Brain, Emotions, and Everyday Lives, The How and The Why

Thursday, April 27

3:30 Kayla McCoy
Nitrite Concentrations in Various Meat Samples 

3:45 Aidan Corrigan
Creatine Monohydrate Supplementation and Exercise Power Performance

4:00 Solana Petrone
Tap into History

4:15 Kathryn Stalnaker
The Modern Classroom: How to Support Your Students with Dyslexia 

4:30 Sophia Weaver
Starshine Grove: Implementing Entrepreneurship and Leadership


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