Dr. Ann Williams, Professor of Biology at UT, recently presented to the Honors students on her research into the bacteria found in shark mouths. She and a number of students swabbed the mouths of sharks and took water samples where they caught the sharks (then released the sharks). They then cultured the samples and foundContinue reading “Ann Williams – Shark Bites versus Bacteria”
Two Honors students, Zoe Golden and Sam Johnson, presented their Honors Theses to a group of Honors students. Zoe is working with Dr. Bridgette Froeschke in the Environmental Studies Department and is studying the stomach contents of various species of fish in the Tampa Bay area. Sam is working with Dr. Dan Huber, also ofContinue reading “Zoe Golden and Sam Johnson – Honors Symposium – Honors Theses”
Dr. Ryan Hebert, UT University Organist and Associate Professor of Music, spoke to the Honors students about creativity. He argued that we can all be creative by looking for opportunities in challenges, by finding meaning in life, and channeling our desires toward opportunities.