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Honors Symposium for Senior Theses and Creative Activity.

The Honors Program celebrates the accomplishments of the graduating seniors during the Honors Week Symposium in April and the Fall Semester Symposium in December.

The Fall 2014 Honors Symposium will be presented in the Student Center on Wednesday evening, December 3rd, 2014, from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

The Fall 2014 Honors Program Graduates:

Ethan C. Baumgartner
“Who Gains the Most? Goods Trade in the Proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement”
Adviser: Jonathan Benjamin-Alvarado
Major:  Economics
College of Arts and Sciences.

April L. Corbet
‘“O” Hidden Knowledge: The Prioress’s Sequence and Tale’
Adviser:  Lisabeth Buchelt
Majors: English and Computer Science
College of Information Science and Technology

Aleisha L. Lippincott
“Personalities in Equine Therapy Horses”
Adviser: Rosemary Strasser
Major: Neuroscience
College of Arts and Sciences

Marissa Poe
“The Age-Related Effects of Lingual Nerve Transection on Gustatory Structures in Rats”
Adviser:  Suzanne Sollars
College of Arts and Sciences
Major: Neuroscience

Brittney N. Tweedy
“Protein Association Domains of the mannose 6-Phosphate/insulin-like Growth Factor II Receptor” 
Adviser: Jodi Kreiling
Major: Biology
College of Arts and Sciences


The Spring 2015 Honors Symposium will be presented in the Milo Bail Student Center on Monday and Tuesday evenings, April 13th and 14th, 2015, from 5:00 - 7:30 p.m.