On April 28, six Bethany students presented their scholarly work during the annual Honors Symposium at the college.
“Our 2010 Honors Symposium features six outstanding students whose original scholarship or creative work represents the best of our Honors program, as well as the best of Bethany’s varied options for students to discover, create, research and excel,” said Linda Lewis, professor of English and acting advisor of the Honors Program.
Students whose scholarly work was presented include:
- Kayla Bell, a 2011 graduate in biology and chemistry from Tipton, Mo. Bell presented “Labeling Wheat Proteins for Separation on a Microchip.”
- Jessica Conway, an intended 2010 graduate in social work from Gypsum, Kan. Conway contributed “Foster Youth and Educational Services Review.”
- Emily Jones, a member of the class of 2010 from Plainville, Kan. She is studying history/political science and English. Jones contributed “The Baggage of Friends in A Passage to India.”
- Rob Miller, a member of the class of 2010 from Vista, Calif. He is studying biology and English. Miller presented his paper, “Family Photos.”
- Josie Schamp, Arvada, Colo., is a member of the class of 2010 majoring in chemistry and biology. She contributed “Effects of Abd-B RNAi on larval development in the red flour beetle, Tribolium castaneum.”
- Suzanna Swenson, a member of the class of 2010 from Smolan, Kan. She is majoring in English. Swenson presented “DOMINA’”.
Faculty members nominated or endorsed self-nominated scholarly work from their classes for inclusion.