37 EKU Honors Program Students Participate on Roundtable Panels
Thirty-seven Honors Program students and 12 faculty mentors participated on 12 panels at the Kentucky Honors Roundtable Spring Conference held at Kentucky State University Feb. 20-21.
Eastern led all participating schools in the number of student participants and panel presentations.The EKU students were:
Kristin Giner, Stephanie Csizma, Kettering, Ohio; John Paul Ramsey, Laura Abney, Regina Anderkin, Berea; Emily Charles, New Springfield, Ohio; Bethany Krogman, Crescent Springs; Kevin Geidel, Watton, N.Y.; Aaron Burkholder, Covington; Shannon Samaha, Hopkinsville; Steve Troncone, Jessica Moore, Louisville;
Maria Ewing, Cincinnati; Anne Hecky, Southgate; Lance Melching, Ben Jager, Edgewood; Linda Pollock, Springfield, Ohio; Nicole Vockell, Maineville, Ohio; Jennifer Lovelace, Oneida; Jessica Lovelace, Falmouth; Sadora Bloom, Radcliff; Ashley Lamblin, Danville; Kayla Farmer, Hyden; Andrea Bays, Morningview; Amy Carberry, Middletown, Ohio;
Jeremy Burgher, Richmond; Niki Carter, Elizabethtown; Janyna Lorraine, Rachel Alexander, Henderson; Dana Daughetee, Somerset; Beth Feltner, Bulan; Tyler Morgan, Portsmouth, Ohio; Mindy Folsom, Finchville; Bonnie Hudgin, Corbin; Mustapha Bojang, The Gambia; Rushda Majeed, India; and Kenix Lai, Hong Kong.
Also, Jordan Hussey-Andersen of Lexington Lafayette High School and Alexandra Carter of Model Laboratory School participated along with the EKU students.
The panels were:
“Lab Coats and Thick Lenses: Portrayal of Scientists in Popular Media,” “Rivers of Change,” “Film and TV: A Distorted Reflection of the American Family,” “Precision Weaponry and Strategic Policy,” “How Residential Choice Affects Honors Students,” “An Exploration of the Nature of Rights,”
“Harry Potter,” “Ethics and Privacy in the Information Age,” “Surmounting the Opposition of Race and Gender,” “Cute As A Button: So What Does That Mean?” “Representations and Realities of Post-Emancipation African-Americans” and “Redheads in Art, Literature, History, Popular Culture and Medicine.