Undergraduate research on display at Honors College forum
Xavier Larkin | November 12, 2020
The Texas State University Honors College will host the 15th Annual Virtual Honors Research Forum on November 19 and 20 for undergraduate students to present their original research projects. The event is free and open to the public from 8am-5pm.
The most recent Honors College Research Forum, held in April during the spring semester, garnered record-setting attendance after it was moved from an in-person event to a virtual forum to promote social distancing.
The upcoming Honors College Forum will showcase a wide array of undergraduate research on the Symposium platform. Examples include: An Investigation of the Viability of an Elementary Private School by Milana Ramkissoon; Birthright: A Young Adult Novel by Madeline Nezat; Color and Consciousness: Research and Painted Process of Inundate, Intumesce, Hermetic, and Luminiferous by Shelby Sult; and Constructing a COVID 19 Conspiracy: A Fantasy Theme Analysis of the 2020 Documentary “Plandemic” by Gabrielle Garza.
Oral presentations will be limited to 20 minutes with each speaker allotted 10 minutes to questions, discussion, and changeover. The Undergraduate Research Conference is sponsored by the Honors College, the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs and the Common Experience. For more information, visit the Honors College website.