Students Present Research at Honors 2nd Annual Research Fair

pictures from 2019 Research Fair in Sadler Hall, students standing beside their poster presentations

Honors held it’s second annual Research Fair on Friday, October 23rd from 11am-3pm, where experienced researchers shared how they got started and offered tips for what your next steps should be.

A virtual panel of students and faculty discussed how to begin a research project, and included the following participants:

  • Alana Barker (VPA, stage management),
  • Kailee Coonan (Falk, health and exercise science),
  • Prof. Gareth Fisher (AS, religion),
  • Michael Geiss (MAX, policy studies),
  • Dr. Kate Hanson (SOURCE Director),
  • Prof. Shannon Novak (MAX, anthropology),
  • John Stawarz (Syracuse University Libraries),
  • Dorbor Tarley (Falk, human development and family science), and
  • Zhuoqi Tong (ECS, bioengineering)

The following students presented their thesis work in progress and discussed their approaches.

12:00pm Julia Catalano Theatre
12:15pm Erica Morrison Public Relations
12:30pm Katelyn Bajorek History and Anthropology (2 separate)
12:45pm Andres Trejo International Relations (International Security and Diplomacy / Middle East and North Africa)
1:00pm Bradley Frederick Civil Engineering
1:15pm Alexander Tsemberis History
1:45pm Nick Hollmer Cellular Biology
2:00pm Tatiana Ablaeva Supply Chain Management
2:15pm Brittney Loper Television Radio and Film
2:30pm Cameron Edwards Environmental Engineering
2:45pm Erisha Beckford Communication Sciences and Disorders/Education

Watch the recording of the event here. Use the times in the schedule above to skip to a topic or student presentation in which you are interested.

Part 1 (12:00 – 1:30)

Part 2 (1:45 -2:45)

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