Student research on view
The Honors Thesis Symposium will kick off at 9:30 a.m. on Dec. 8.
December 5, 2017
At the annual Honors Thesis Symposium, students present research in a public forum.
This semester’s symposium will feature one student panel and one faculty panel followed by a luncheon. The event starts at 9:30 a.m. on Dec. 8 in CAVEA.
The symposium is open to all University employees and the luncheon costs $10.
“Challenging Ideas: From the Courtroom, to the Classroom, to the Chemistry Lab”
- Dania El-Batal: “Synthesis of Azulene Bent-Core Dye Manifesting Helical Nanofilament Phase”
- Brittney Finley: “Appealing to Student Interest through Popular Culture in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales”
- Jason Ostrom: “Stabilizing Insanity: A Systematic Revision to the Insanity Defense”
Interdisciplinary faculty panel featuring:
- Psychology Professor Randi Smith: TBA
- English Professor Christina Angel: TBA
- Chemistry Professor Ethan Tsai: “Chemistry is Everywhere”
Luncheon will be served in Tivoli 440/540.
For more information, please visit Symposium’s event page.