Honors Symposium – Oxford Semester Abroad

The six students who attended Oxford University with Oxford Semester Abroad in spring 2022 presented to the Honors students on Friday, September 16th. The students who presented were: Michelle Joos, Lauren Marolf, Alex Piontek, Hope Pohlman, Catie Valentino, and Tori Walters. The students described the application process, what housing is like, what the tutorials areContinue reading “Honors Symposium – Oxford Semester Abroad”

Symposium: “How does green tea consumption reduce prostate cancer risk?” featuring Dr. Michael Carasto

Dr. Carastro’s primary area of academic expertise is in the field of biochemistry and molecular biology. His career specialties are in molecular oncology research, as well as biochemistry and molecular biology education. The current focus of Carastro’s research is on prostate cancer and tumor suppressor genes. His symposium was titled, “How does green tea consumptionContinue reading “Symposium: “How does green tea consumption reduce prostate cancer risk?” featuring Dr. Michael Carasto”

UT Honors Program Hosts Inaugural Spaulding Speaker Series featuring Dr. Robert Agnew

On March 31, 2022, Dr. Robert Agnew, gave his lecture, General Stain Theory: An Overview and Policy Implications.” Dr. Agnew is the creator of the general strain theory of delinquency in the field of Criminology. He explained general strain theory states that certain strains or stressors, such as economic problems and peer abuse, increase theContinue reading “UT Honors Program Hosts Inaugural Spaulding Speaker Series featuring Dr. Robert Agnew”