Northeast State presents the 10th Annual Honors Research Conference tomorrow at 8:30 a.m. in L226 at Basler Library. This event features students and faculty presenting research papers on a variety of subjects. The day’s agenda is listed below.
Schedule of Events
8:30 a.m. Coffee & Continental Breakfast
8:45 a.m. Welcome
8: 50 a.m. East Tennessee State University (ETSU) Ronald E. McNair Program: Dinah DeFord, McNair Coordinator
9:00-10:20: Session One
Dinah Deford, ETSU McNair Coordinator: The Voice of the ABD: A Phenomenological Exploration of Lived Experiences
Hannah McNeill, ETSU McNair Scholar: Quantification of XPA DNA Repair Protein in Cancer, Normal, and Progeroid Cells
10:30-11:50: Session Two
Jim Kelly, Associate Professor, History: Northeast State STEP: Exploring the Transition from Teaching to Learning
Brandon Johnson, NeSCC Student: A Generation without Religion.
Jane Honeycutt, Honors Program Coordinator: Persistent Gender Wage Discrimination in Academia
12:00-1:20: Session Three
Jessica Lambert, ETSU McNair Scholar: Lived Experiences of Formerly Incarcerated Adults on the Road to Rehabilitation
Andrea Frye, Associate Professor, English: No Rakes Need Apply: How the College Admissions Process Evolved Into a Feeding Frenzy
Julie Young, NeSCC Honors Student: The Subject of Bullying in School
1:30-2:50: Session Four
Grace Arrowood, NeSCC Honors Student: Society’s Idols, Self-Help, and Self-Image
Toby Stidham, NeSCC student: Take This Job and Love It!