In 2015, I had the honor of presenting at the Florida and Regional Honors Conferences. I chose to present on a research paper I wrote for my Far East Art History class on the Ecological Accuracy of a Muromachi period Zen painting. During the conference, I was able to share my findings with an engaging and curious audience. I also had the opportunity to learn about various student’s and professor’s projects from across the southeastern US. Furthermore, the conferences had a host of different interactive events that allowed participants to network with fellow colleagues, explore the city, and participate in discussion panels.