UT Honors student Kelsey Little traveled to Charlotte, NC to present her research titled, “Do you hear the students sing?: The Impacts and Influences of Collegiate Activists in the Women’s Rights Movement of the 1960s and 70s America.” We spent three days at the conference, attending sessions, exploring the city, and exploring new ways toContinue reading “SRHC – Kelsey Little presentation”
Two Honors students, Lauren Marolf and Kelsey Little, presented their research in Altamonte Springs this past weekend at the Florida Collegiate Honors Council conference. Lauren’s research focuses on cybersecurity and satellites while Kelsey’s research examines how effective a novel gamification pedagogy is in the classroom.
The Honors Executive Council and directors recently returned from the National Collegiate Honors conference in Dallas, Texas. Students can attend NCHC and present their research in their field of study or can attend as part of the student advisory board. Honors pays for the transportation, lodging, meals, and, often, sightseeing! Attending an Honors conference isContinue reading “National Collegiate Honors Conference, Fall 2022”