Senior Honors Symposium

During the last full academic year before graduating, each student in University Honors will design, propose, and complete a Senior Honors Project on a topic applicable to that student's major and personal academic interests. Each student will work with a faculty project advisor. The completed project will be featured in the student's presentation at the annual Senior Honors and Undergraduate Research Symposium, which is held at Arkansas Tech University each Spring semester. Recent subjects of Senior Honors Projects can be found on this page.

 

TWENTIETH ANNUAL SENIOR HONORS SYMPOSIUM

March 14, 2019
WEST DINING ROOM, CHAMBERS CAFETERIA

 

TIME

SENIOR

PRESENTATION

PROJECT DIRECTOR

 9:00 – 9:15

Carley Allen

PREVALENCE/ORGANIZATION OF CYTAUXZOON FELIS IN KNOWN AND POTENTIAL TICK VECTORS IN ARKANSAS RIVER VALLEY

Dr. Cynthia Jacobs,
Assoc. Professor of Biology

 9:20 – 9:35

Madison Craig

THE EFFECT OF SEROTONIN ON SMOOTH MUSCLE REACTIVITY IN MESENTERIC ARTERIES AND CONTROL OF SYSTEMIC BLOOD PRESSURE

Ms. R Jamie Dalton,
Instructor of Biology

 9:40 – 9:55

Stephen Bell

AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN WAR AIMS IN WORLD WAR I

Dr. Greg Michna,
Asst. Professor of History

10:00 – 10:15

Maliha Aniqa

NEAR INFRARED-I EMITTING FLUOROPHORE FOR BIOSENSOR APPLICATIONS IN HUMAN SERUM ALBUMIN DETECTION IN RENAL DISEASE

Dr. Rajib Choudhury,
Asst. Professor of Chemistry

10:20 – 10:35

Rebecca Stephenson

THE CAUSES/CONSEQUENCES OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE POLICY IN UNITED STATES

Dr. Masanori Kuroki,
Assoc. Professor of Economics

10:40 – 10:55

Audrey Fox

THE IMPORTANCE OF VISUAL ARTS PROGRAMS

Mr. David Mudrinich,
Professor of Art

11:00 – 11:15

Erin Guerra

MOTHS DRAWN TO POST-BURN REGENERATION OF PRESCRIBED BURNED SITES; LIKE MOTHS TO A FLAME

Dr. Jorista Garrie,
Asst. Professor of Wildlife Science

11:20 – 11:35

Keaton Graves

THE PROGRESSION OF JIM CROW IN ARKANSAS: 1870-1910

Dr. James Moses,
Professor of History

11:40 – 11:55

Malynn McKay

CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN PHARMACY

Ms. R Jamie Dalton,
Instructor of Biology Biological Sciences

12:00 – 12:15

Tristan Smothers

BSN STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS ON PREDICTOR TESTS AND REMEDIATION FOR NCLEX-RN SUCCESS

Dr. Cheryl Monfee,
Professor of Nursing

12:20 – 12:35

Macy Webb

EFFECTS OF ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES ON RESILIENCY OF COLLEGE STUDENTS

Dr. Cheryl Monfee,
Professor of Nursing

12:40 – 12:55

Caitlin Zulfer

TECHNOLOGY USE WITH NURSING STUDENTS: WHICH ONES ARE ACTUALLY USEFUL?

Dr. Rebecca Burris,
Professor of Nursing

 1:00 --  1:15

David Willard, Samuel  Snodgrass, Samuel Breeding

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF AN AIR FLOW BENCH FOR FLUIDS LABORATORY AT ARKANSAS TECH UNIVERSITY

Dr. Wayne Helmer,
Professor of Mechanical Engineering