Inspired Discoveries is a collaboration of Langsdale Library, the Helen P. Denit Honors Program, the Office of Sponsored Research and the Office of the Provost. This symposium is part of an ongoing effort to recognize and encourage undergraduate research and other academic achievements.
The day will consist of opening remarks from President Robert Bogomolny and Provost Joseph S. Wood, student presentations, a luncheon with an alumnus keynote speaker and honors thesis presentations. Student presentations may be in the form of poster sessions, exhibits, panel presentations or presented papers. Projects may include original research conducted individually or as a team or creative works such as video games or design projects.
Click here for the 2014 Inspired Discoveries program .
Team ARGOS (Clifford Chamberlin, Michael Lutz, Alex Metcalf, Thomas Nettle, Arielle Shander, Wayne Torres-Rivera): ARGOS: The Augmented Reality Graphical Operating System
Salvatore Michael Cascio (Interdisciplinary): Good Government Bull S#!% : The History of the Relationships Between Italian Organized Crime and the Governments of Italy and America
Stephanie Danesie (History): Effects of Acid Precipitation on Stone Buildings and Statuary
Chalais McCleary (Forensic Studies): Ulterior Motives: The True Causes of Witch Hunts Abroad
Kristen Piscopo (Criminal Justice): Campus Crime Survey
Sean Pollard (SDE): Reddy Freddy the Red Blood Cell
Eric Yockey (SDE): Cardiac: Fitness Racer
Courtney Smith (Criminal Justice): Dangerous Woman
Victoria Williams (Criminal Justice): Do You Accept this Stranger...