UT Honors is proud to present the inaugural Spaulding Speaker Series featuring Dr. Robert Agnew, creator of the general strain theory of delinquency in the field of Criminology. Date and time: Thu, April 7, 2022, 6pm to 7pm Location: 9th Floor Vaughn in the Crescent Club Tickets (free/open to public): The creator of this series isContinue reading “SPAULDING SPEAKER SERIES”

Honors Thesis Symposium 3/18/2022

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 ofContinue reading “Honors Thesis Symposium 3/18/2022”

Coffee Conversation: Why Learn to Write Well When an AI Can Do it for You

On February 15, Dr. Dan Dooghan Associate Professor of English and Writing facilitated the coffee conversation, “why learn to write well when AI can do it for you.” Dr. Dooghan led the Honors students in a conversation considering the complex process of finding our voices to communicate our intervention of change in the world. StudentsContinue reading “Coffee Conversation: Why Learn to Write Well When an AI Can Do it for You”