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Friday Forum: HCC Honors Program

December 8, 2023 @ 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Join the Clarence Mitchell Library and Highland’s Honors Program as honors students present their fall 2023 honors projects!

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Fall 2023 Honors projects

  • Daniel Creuzer (CHEM 221) – Researched the value of implementing Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) for all CHEM 222 students.
  • Olivia Wilhelms (INFT 190) – Created a computer program, and accompanying paper, related to purchasing movie tickets and the updating of inventory available.
  • Clara Bartels (EDUC 221) – Completed research and a paper on how AI is used and how it has, and will, affect education.
  • Genesis Cole (HUMA 104) – Researched a visual artist’s life, work and influences, including their impact of the artist.
  • Natalie Yeoman (INFT 180) – Conducted research and completed a paper on self-driving vehicles, specifically in relation to how AI is improving and expanding this area.
  • Hilaree Lombardo (NURS 292) – Researched and investigated how AI, such as ChatGPT, is used in Nursing Education.
  • Colleen Stone (BIO 213) – Completed research and paper on the physiology of death, focusing on concepts through an Anatomy and Physiology perspective.
  • Kee Henze (BIO 116) – Researched birds seen on campus and studied their migration patterns, including if, and how, manmade structures may affect these populations.
  • Kaitlynn Smith (ACCT 105) – Researched and updated study guides for the Accounting program, making it easier and clearer for future students.
  • Franklin Munda (MTEC 270) – Created models, blueprints, and programs for both a soap dish and a guitar neck support, as well as creating the physical parts in the CNC mill.
  • Daeshon Verner (BIOL 208) – Conducted a simulated experiment detecting the sickle cell gene using a gel electrophoresis kit, to educate others on sickle cell anemia.
  • Alexa Lancaster (SOCI 171) – Researched and presented on current sociology topics to FHS students.
  • AJ Evon (SPCH 191) – Completed an additional “speech to entertain” and presented to the class, persuading classmates on a particular topic while using jokes and other humorous elements for entertainment and audience engagement.
  • AJ Evon (THEA 196) – Appeared as the character of “Red Dog” in the children’s production of Go, Dog, Go, creating cue lists, memorizing lines, and stage directions.


December 8, 2023
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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