Fall Honors Thesis Symposium
Hosted by the J.N. Andrews Honors Program
Thu, November 16, 2017 @ 04:00 pm - 06:30 pm
The Andrews University J.N. Andrews Honors Program will host the fall Honors Thesis Symposium on Thursday, Nov. 16, from 4–6:30 p.m. in Buller Hall. Poster presentations will be held in the Buller Hall Lobby from 4–4:30 p.m., then a series of 30–minute talks will be held in Buller Hall 108. The fall Honors Thesis Symposium is held for Honors Scholars completing their degree requirements in time for December graduation.
L. Monique Pittman, director of Honors, says, “This year we’re happy to host the presentations of four students finishing in December 2017. This capstone experience results from the combined efforts of the student, his/her Honors research mentor and the Honors Council, which vets all research projects for the program.”
Buller Hall Lobby
4 p.m.—Poster Presentations
Buller Hall 150
4:30 p.m.—Joshua Ahn
“The Effect of Graphic Organizers as a Note–taking Strategy in an Undergraduate Biology Classroom”
5 p.m.—Sarah Henry Saturne
“How Work Motivation and Support Affect Work Ethic in University Student Employees”
5:30 p.m.—Victoria Kim
“Prep–HPLC Method Development to Isolate Potentially–Carcinogenic, Arginine–Based Heterocyclic Amines”
6 p.m.—Jatniel Rodriguez
“Humility in the Proverbs”
Light refreshments will be provided.
The spring Honors Thesis Symposium, which typically involves 30–35 graduating students, will be held April 30, 2018.