In an effort to increase interest and engagement in undergraduate research, the Chancellor’s Honors Program is featuring a research seminars that highlight collaborative research work between honors students and distinguished UT faculty.
Come join us in the Toyota Auditorium as we learn about the various ways students become involved in research on UT’s campus, how students meet and partner with UT faculty, and hear about our students’ research challenges and successes. Come listen to their unique research projects that have both impacted their studies at UT and have bolstered their honors curriculum experience.
Three presentations are scheduled:
September 29th – 5:00 pm – Undergraduate Research Seminar – Student: Summer Awad; Faculty: Professor Drew Paul)
“Trust the Open Sky: A Play for Palestine”
Researching the identity of Palestinians for a conceptual monologue-style play
November 10th – 6:00 pm – Undergraduate Research Seminar – Student: Cayce Davis; Faculty: Professor Gregor Kalas –
“The Church of Santa Maria Antiqua in Rome”
Revealing important insights into early medieval culture though invention and reconfiguration of the Church of Santa Maria Antiqua
November 17th – 5:00 pm – Undergraduate Research Seminar – Student: Alana Burnham and Faculty: Dr. Micheline van Riemsdijk
“Re-thinking skilled migrant incorporation: A theoretical framework for the study of socio-cultural incorporation in the workplace”