Humanities Division Student Projects Day
- Current Adult & Professional Studies Students
- Current Graduate Students
Join the scholars of the Humanities Division for a day of exciting and enriching presentations.
Schedule of Presentations
9-9:55 FREN 388: Voices of Resistance and Revolution (Prof. Schechner)
Title: Finding Our Revolutionary Voices
Adonijah Allsup (Major: Robotics Engineering, Minor:French)
Nguindjel Bayiha Ba Bayiha (Major: Exploratory Studies)
Koudjedji Bidanessy (Major: French Pre-OT)
Jordan Buckley (Major: French)
Kentz Gustave (Major: French/Accounting)
Katia Hadjeb (Major: French/Political Science/International Relations)
Fanta Koita (Major: French/International Relations)
Dyana Reyes (Major: French/Psychology)
Catherine Vincent (Major: French/International Relations)
10-10:55 MUS 390: The Ugly Duckling – The Musical (Prof. Parker)
Students: Joshua Delmonte, Emma Granahan, Ijjae Hill, Kyleigh Kover, Breanna Peterson, O’Neisha Ruddle
2 -2:55 p.m. Honduras Study Trip 2021: Participating in University Social Responsibility (RSU) at Zamorano Students from Humanities 188 (Honduras: Languages and Cultures) will describe their research project, collecting proverbs from Latin America in English classes at Zamorano University in Tegucigalpa; volunteer work at Allison Bixby Stone Elementary School on the Zamorano campus; Service Learning project at REMAR Orphanage and Pedregal Public Elementary School; and opportunity to learn about healthcare at a community clinic.
Presentation Chair: Grace Fischer Faculty: Dr. Patricia Dyer (English), Dr. Karen May (Nursing) Alumna: Monica Lesinski ’18 (Nursing)
Casey Barnes (Nursing), Ricki Boateng (Nursing), Abbi Rose Eves (Nursing), Grace Fischer (Social Work and Spanish), Angela Giangulio (Nursing), Ashley Hall (Biology), Joanne Hernandez (Nursing), Cynthia Hitchcock (Biology), Alyssa Niedzwiedz (Nursing), Eliana Nunez (Social Work), Kiera Pfeiffer (Nursing), (Nursing), Kaitlin Valeri (Nursing), Natalie Weaver (Psychology), Agnes Wilson (Nursing), Rachel Yannarella (Nursing), returnees Carina Crabbe and Ronnie Rabena ’16.