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 Green, College of Education and Human Services; Andrew Jennings, College of Pharmacy; Jonathan Robbins, College of Business; and Ciera Strudwick, College of Arts and Science all made their presentations at an event held in the Pickell Hall lobby.
Kaitlin Allinger will be receiving a BS in Medical Laboratory Science. Her presentation was “Are Point-of-Care Coagulometers Reliable for Self-Monitoring Oral Anticoagulant Therapy?”. Matthew Green, receving a BS from COEHS in Social Studies Education did his presentation on “The Future of Homework: Prospective Teacher’s Feelings Towards it and Their Future Plans for It.” Andrew Jennings, College of Pharmacy, prepared a presentation on the sometimes controversial topic of vaccinations entitled, “Drug Delivery and Vaccinations”. Although he was unable to unattend, Jonathan Robbins, BS – Info Security and Intelligence, did his presentation via the internet covering a topic that is very common in our computer/internet based world, “How Criminals Use Anti-Forensics Tools to Commit Fraud”. Our final presentation was by Ciera Strudwick, who is receiving a BS in Biology/Pre-Physical Therapy. Her presentation covered “Direct Access to Physical Therapy”. All students received their Honors Medallion signifying the years of work and extra effort put forth by these excellent young people. The staff of the Honors Program would like to congratulate all of these outstanding students!