The Bethany Honors Program will host its Spring Honors Symposium on Friday, April 28 from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. at Vision Tek, 121 South Main Street, in Lindsborg. The program is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be available and a Question & Answer session is scheduled during the program. This year’s presentations include:

  • Megan Hamilton – “Development and Implementation of an Organic Chemistry Laboratory Practical Exam,” (primary research on lab exam practices.)
  • Sabrina Wollenberg – “Into the Icebox,” (dramatic monologue.)
  • Aaron Cooley – “The Black Christian: Identity Through a Jesus Type of Love,” (interdisciplinary research in black theology and the American novel.)
  • Christian Cooper – “Band in the Background: An Analysis of Bethany Concert Programs at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” (Bethany archive research.)
  • Kathleen Chartrand – “Mimicking Melville,” (a short story that re-imagines two Melville characters.)
  • Sophie Cook – “Microfluidic Technology: Single Cell Analysis and Early Cancer Diagnosis,” (primary lab research on the role of technology in cancer detection.)
  • Linzi Garcia – “The Poetry and Science of Trees,” (literature and ecology as interdisciplinary ways of knowing.)