Five graduating Honors students presented their Honors Theses Friday March 18 as an Honors symposium. Margaret Baker discussed her research analyzing the relationship between zooplankton and marine contamination. Alexandra M. Rodriguez discussed her research focusing on facial recognition and mask wear. Jana De Kock used her Honors thesis to analyze psychological and physiological effects of stress on the human epigenetic profile and the brain. Jarred Miller was involved in research analyzing the cancer cells and cancer treatment. Sarah Manno created a thesis considering the ideal pre-med curriculum for preparation for medical school. All five of the students have put in long hours to bring these theses to fruition.