Honors Program Keystone Showcase

The Honors Program will host its Fall Keystone Showcase to celebrate and recognize Fisher Honors Scholars’ projects.

Date: Thursday, December 1, 2022
Time: 5:15 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Location: Cleary Family Auditorium, Kearney Hall

Keystone projects provide Honors Scholars with the ability to customize their education according to their own passion, values, and goals.

Some of the highlighted projects will include:

“Anxiety and Courses of Treatment for Pediatric Patients”
Megan Letta (mentored by Dr. Lori Dambaugh)

“What Good is a Math Major who Cannot Read? Literacy’s Importance in a Mathematical Classroom”
Jake Carpenter (mentored by Professor Maylin Harter) 

“Ace of Base Three: How Base Three Makes Magic Happen”
Maria Covelli (mentored by Dr. Kris Green) 

“An Interdisciplinary Approach to Trauma: Public Health, Biology, and Psychology”
Madison Jaynes (mentored by Dr. Heather McGrane Minton) 

“An Exploration of Teacher Identity Development using Auto-ethnographic Field Notes”
Natalie Sticht (mentored by Dr. Katrina Arndt) 

“In-vitro transcription to generate guide RNA for CRISPR Cas9 gene editing”
Jake Gallina (mentored by Dr. Kevin Callahan) 

“The Best Social Media Strategies to Drive Audience Engagement”
Salvatore Saunders (mentored by Professor Ron Sicker)

“Addressing Climate Issues In the EU”
Gabby Papale (mentored by Dr. Clair Smith)

Organized by:

Hosted by the Honors Program