At the Senior Symposium, the best poster or posters receive an award for excellence, and the awardee’s name and college are engraved on a plate that is displayed in the Honors Program office.
- 2015 Senior Symposium - The senior symposium ask students to develop an original contribution to the knowledge of their chosen profession or discipline. While it is not always easy to conduct ‘research’ as it […]
- Fall 2014 Senior Symposium - On Wednesday, December 3, five students made their final presentations as Honor students when they participated in the Fall, 2014 Senior Symposium. Seniors Kaitlin Allinger, College of Health Professions; Matthew […]
- Lauren Steinhaus, “Could the Drug that Saves You Kill You?” – Senior Symposium Winner, 2014 - Could the Drug that Saves You, Kill You? Bacterial infections are quite common and prove not only to be a nuisance, but also potentially lethal if not properly treated. The […]
- Elizabeth Schroeder “Online vs. Traditional Math Courses” – Senior Symposium Winner 2014 - Online vs. Traditional Math Courses Ferris State University along with many other colleges and universities in the United States offers a program known as ALEKs: a web-based, course management assessment […]
- Tyler George, “A Dynamical Model Examining the Effects of NFkB and HIF1 Pathways in Asergillus fumigatus Infected Airway Epithelial Cells” – Senior Symposium Winner, 2014 - A Dynamical Model Examining the Effects of NFkB and HIF1 Pathways in Asergillus fumigatus Infected Airway Epithelial Cells The ubiquitous fungus, Aspergillus fumigatus, is responsible for an increasing number of […]
- Honors Program Senior Symposium Winners - On April 25, 2013 seventy-five seniors gathered in the Rankin Center Dome Room to share their final project with the Honors Program. The students were required to do an investigative […]
- Symposium Awards, 2013 - In 2013, three winners were chosen: Candita Cox’s “Can Plastic be a Realistic Material for Aesthetic Art Sculptures Applications?”, Kelly McCarthy’s “How Does Lateral Violence Affect Nurses and Patient Care?”, […]