Publish Date: Sun, 24 Jul 2022 23:48:14 -0700
What do the impact of Judeo-Christian values on U.S.-Israeli relations, a statistical analysis of police brutality, and an investigation of algal blooms at Cabrillo Beach have in common? They were all topics at the recent CHC Student Research Twenty-eight CHC students who have completed all the requirements for the College Honors Institute were recognized at a luncheon held in Crafton Hall on Friday, May 6. Conference.
Eleven students, all members of the College Honors Institute, gave a diverse range of oral presentations at the conference on Friday, April 29, in LRC 226. One group of three students even created and shared a podcast episode on migration and culture shock.
Students also moderated the conference, introducing each speaker and presentation and facilitating a question-and-answer period after each presentation.
Sponsored by the Honors Institute, this semi-annual conference highlights student research completed during fall and spring semesters and prepares presenters for future student research conferences held annually at UC Irvine and other locations.
Although the presenters at this conference were all members of the Honors Institute, students who are not members are invited to participate in future conferences