Honors Undergraduate Research Fall 2021

ARH 209_H History of Japanese Art -Honors (taught by Alexandria Nanneman)

Alivia Stiles’ “Visual Analysis of Kōshirō Onchi’s Family of the Field from Poem no. 2

Kōshirō Onchi, Family of the Field from Poem no. 2, 1937 Showa Era, color woodcut on Japanese paper, 14 7/8 x 14 1/2 in. (37.783 x 36.83 cm), Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, https://library-artstor-org.lanecc.idm.oclc.org/#/asset/ADALLASIG_10313601517;prevRouteTS= 1635624793780 

ENSC 182_H Atmospheric Environment and Climate Change – Honors (taught by Claudia Owen)

Nick Bernier and John Adair’s Research Project

WR 121_H Introduction to Academic Writing – Honors (taught by Eileen Thompson)

Katie Sincerbox’s Essay

Julia Taylor’s Essay

WR 227_H Technical Writing – Honors (taught by Ce Rosenow)

The following students wrote reflections on their research process and included links to the comparative analyses they produced in their formal analytical reports:

Jecca Arthur’s Honors Reflection

Kat Lakey’s Honors Reflection

Raven Mack’s Honors Reflection

Jeremiah Vandagrift’s Honors Reflection

Honors Research Project Reflections

In Spring 2019, several students took the honors versions of WR 122 and WR 227. As part of their work, they were required to write final reflective essays on the research they conducted during the term. Use the following links to read their reflections. Many of the links go to their ePortfolios where you can also see samples of their research!

Sadie Baker’s Reflection

Danyka Bratton’s Reflection

Bayli Case’s Reflection

Max Graf’s Reflection

Alex Heintz’s Reflection

Finn Mifsud’s Reflection

Olivia Morris’s Reflection

Arjun Singh’s Reflection

Jessry Smith’s Reflection

Maddie Smucker’s Reflection

 

 

Spring 2019 Undergraduate Research Fair

This year’s Undergraduate Research Fair took place May 29-31, 2019. The event included poster sessions, an ePortfolio showcase, presentations, and a poetry reading, and honors students participated in everything!

Stacey Kiser and other members of the Science Division faculty created the fair, which began as SUGR Day (Science Undergraduate Research Day). As the event grew, it developed into the current three-day fair with student research findings being shared in multiple locations. The posters line several hallways in the Science Building.

Honors and PTK students with their posters.

The large space outside the library offered the perfect venue for passersby to see the culmination of student research projects. 

Honors Program students with materials developed for the honors section of Introduction to Drama.

It also served as the venue for the poetry reading.

PTK Co-President Elect Cooper Bixby reading his poetry.

The Academic Technology Center (ATC) continues to be a strong supporter of student research. Students displayed their ePortfolios in the ATC classroom across from the library, explaining their various projects and how their process and findings were incorporated into their portfolios.

Students sharing their ePortfolios, highlighting research done in honors classes.