Fall 2019 Honors Thesis Symposium
The Fall 2019 Honors Thesis Symposium was held Friday, December 6th 2019 in SSB 420, CAVEA. This symposium featured one student panel, where honors students presented their research in a public forum in front of their advisors, colleagues, friends, and family, as well as an interdisciplinary faculty panel.
Panel I: Cultivating a Better Understanding of Natural Processes
- Abby Vondras “Reactivation of Fermentation as a Result of Dry Hopping”.
- Kaylea Butler “The Value of Teaching Lifestyle Medicine to Undergraduate Students”
- Jenessa Fischer “Green Means Go”
Panel II: Interdisciplinary Faculty Panel
- Dr. Erin Seedorf “Developments in Health Navigation”
- Dr. Michael Jacobs “Meat and Poultry Science”
- Dr. Sarah Schlieman “Soil, Carbon, and Climate Change”