Honors Symposia – Coffee Conversation with Dr. Laura Kane

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On Monday, February 5th, Philosophy professor Dr. Laura Kane led a Coffee Conversation in the McKay Hall common room. The topic of the conversation was, “How does social media use affect the way our relationships are formed or maintained?” Twenty Honors students discussed this topic with Dr. Kane for about an hour, exploring the dynamics of relationships in the social media age.

Honors Symposia – Enilda Romero-Hall

Dr. Romero-Hall presenting in the Music Hall.
Dr. Romero-Hall presenting in the Music Hall.

On September 22nd, 2016, Dr. Enilda Romero-Hall presented to an audience of Honors Program students. ┬áHer presentation was titled, “Be part of the revolution: Graduate Students as Learners in Social Media Outlets.” ┬áThe symposium focused on the varied ways that students – both undergraduate and graduate students – can utilize social media to network, communicate with experts in their fields, and learn formally and informally.