Honors Students Head to Meeting of the Minds Conference
Six Syracuse undergraduates will participate in the 2018 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Meeting of the Minds conference April 6-8 at Boston College.
The annual event is hosted by one of the 15 ACC member schools. A faculty panel selects the winners based on the academic quality of the student’s project, clarity of expression in the proposal, completeness of research/creative project, independence of project and relevance of project to program of study. Read more about this conference here!
The follow students are in the Renee Crown Honors Program:
Michael Aiduk ’18, biochemistry: “Towards an Understanding of the Active Site and Catalytic Mechanism of Ghrelin O-Acyltransferase.”
Natalie Rudakevych ’18, public relations; information management & technology: “Information Wars: A Look at the Role of Social Media in the 2014 Ukrainian Revolution.”
Danielle Schaf ’19, anthropology, forensic science, writing & rhetoric: “A New Therapy? An Osteobiography Examining the Effects of Labor Therapy and Structural Violence at the 19th-Century Oneida County Asylum.”
Alexandra Logan ’18, biology: “Vocal Ontogeny in the Humboldt Penguin.”
Joeann Salvati ’18, psychology, forensic science: “Effects and Effectiveness of Confession-Eliciting Interrogation Tactics.”