Members of Shattuck-St. Mary’s Honors Program presented their projects during a poster session in upper weCreate on Wednesday, November 1.
Eleven Honors students showcased their research for faculty, staff, and students on topics ranging from reducing waste at SSM and the role of socioeconomic status on student achievement in Minnesota, to the representation of AI in film and the process of writing a novel. Students will continue to hone their projects and conduct additional research leading up to their project presentations during Spring Term.
Honors projects included:
Amanda Cooper ’18- “Feminism and Young Adult Fiction Romance”
Alexandra Gilbertson ’18- “How Can SSM Reduce Its Waste?”
Tony Huerta-Apanco ’18- “Helping with the Success of First-Generation Students”
Nancy Jia ’18- “Small Businesses in Small Towns vs. Big Cities”
Emma Kee ’19- “The Biological and Moral Considerations with Consanguinity in Human Populations”
Lisa Lilyerd ’19- “Different Types of Effective Learning Methods”
Misa Patel ’18- “The Role of Socioeconomic Status (SES) on Student Achievements through Minnesota’s Opportunity/Achievement Gap”
Maggi Quigg ’19- “My First Novel”
Eliana Ray ’19- “The Politics and Biology of Genetically Modified Foods”
Sophie Williams ’19- “Representation of Artificial Intelligence in Movies”
Yukun (Kelly) Zhou ’18- “Personality Types and Second Language Acquisition”