UE Student Research and Honors Symposium

The UE Student Research and Honors Symposium is held each year to showcase the scholarly activities of students of diverse disciplines across UE's campus, including the graduating seniors of the Honors Program. The 2023 Symposium is scheduled for Wednesday, April 19 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Schedule of Events

9:00-10:00 – Eykamp 251

  • “Carmina Catulli - Selected Translations”
    Mitchell Matthews (by Zoom from Harlaxton)
  • “Food for Souls, Wisdom of God: Medieval Eucharistic Devotion and Theology through the Lens of a 13th Century Visionary”
    Caroline Gorman
  • “Benefits and Furthering the Development of Pediatric Palliative and Hospice Care”
    Delaney Herrmann

10:00-11:00 – Eykamp 251

  • “Mental Health and Coping Strategies among Veterinarians”
    Rebecca Bailey
  • “People for Pollinators: Planting the Seeds of Change”
    Elyse Talley
  • “Heterosexual Men’s Views of Stereotypical Lesbians in Media”
    Chloe Prince

12:00-1:00 – Eykamp 251

  • “Cabaret: Costume Design”
    Sara Mathew
  • “Animal Farm -- Creating Theatre Accessibility”
    Rebecca Conaway
  • “All Things Here Are Possible: Directing The Moors by Jen Silverman”
    Hannah Tarr

1:00-2:00 – Eykamp 251

  • “The Price Behind Museum Exhibits
    Sam Kastner
  • “The Development of Archaeology in Hawaii”
    Ever Gowins
  • “Jōmon to Yayoi the Interdisciplinary Approach in Archaeology”
    Dakota Woodard

2:00-3:00 – Eykamp 251

  • “Charles Morrow in Siberia: A Kentucky Colonel’s Experiences of the Complexities Involved in the Russian Civil War”
    Isaac Bates
  • “Alcohol’s Influence on Race Relations in Evansville During Prohibition”
    Daniel Griffaton
  • "Is Real Important? Forgeries and Replicas in Museums”
    Rachel Neupert

2:00-3:00 – Eykamp 252

  • “Women Aging in This Side of Paradise and The Beautiful and Damned”
    Elizabeth McCook
  • “Phenotypic Characterization and Genetic Mapping of Drosophila Growth Control Mutant”
    Kelsey Breneman
  • "The Creation of a Null Allele of Clipper and Investigation of Its Role in Drosophila melanogaster Oogenesis”
    Charlie Watts

3:00-4:00 – Eykamp 251

  • “Abandoned or Architectural History?”
    Ivy Clark
  • “Experimental Archaeology: Benefits and Limitations”
    Jacob Overstreet
  • "Provider, Student, and Patient Perceptions of Clinical Care Using Interpretive Services”
    Sarah Dottavio

3:00-4:00 – Eykamp 252

  • “Economic Inequities in the American Education System”
    Delaney Rasche
  • “Christian Education in a Changing Society”
    Kira O’Neal
  • "The Black-White and Hispanic-White Achievement Gap: The Disadvantages of Being a Black and Hispanic Student in Schools Today”
    Akane Suzuki

4:00-5:00 – Eykamp 251

  • “Incrementing Reinforcement Schedules in Unsignaled Active Avoidance Tasks Shows Evidence of Sexually Dimorphic Effects”
    Zorah Mehrzad
  • “Mental Health and Education”
    Emily Schwartz
  • "College Taboos: Hangovers, Sex, and More!”
    David Lorimer, Delaney Herrmann, Alyssa Heldt