Honors Student Connor Lynch recognized

The inaugural First-Year Seminar Symposium, held last Friday, December 7, was a tremendous success with 61 students presenting aspects of their seminar work in the form of a printed or digital poster. Each presentation was evaluated based upon four criteria: Integrated Communication, Connections to Discipline, Content and Clarity, and Presentation and Style. The presenters earning the highest overall scores were recognized for their outstanding work.

The Honors College is proud to announce current Honors student, Connor Lynch, was awarded 2nd place for his work titled, “Peer Reactions to Movement between Peer Groups in High School” with the help of instructor, Hobey Davies.

Congratulations to Connor and all that participated in this event!