The Honors Program promotes student research in numerous ways: by encouraging students to use Honors Options as a way to do research and to prepare research presentations; by informing students of research conference opportunities such as the annual Georgia Collegiate Honors Council and the GC Research Conference; by offering research conference grants to juniors and seniors who are invited to present their research at out-of-state, professional conferences; and by inviting students to present their research to other Honors students on campus.
Our research conference grants are made possible, in part, by a generous gift from Dr. Lynne S. Wilcox.
Honors Research Conference Grants
Lori Berry, "Nutrients and Isotopes as Tracers in Understanding Water Surface..." (co-authored with Dr. Sam Mutiti). 2012 Geological Society of America's Southeastern Regional Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico
Rujeko Chinomona, "Cooling of Rb-85 Atoms to Ultra Cold Temperatures Using Lasers." 2012 Women in Physics Conference, Lincoln, NE
Anna Fontaine, "Costume Design: Sarah Ruhl's Eurydice." 2012 Georgia Theatre Conference, Americus, GA
Candra Michelle Clason (co-author), "Status, Compatibility, and Gender as Predictors of Differences in Partner and Rival Directed Jealousy." 2012 Society of Personality and Social Psychology Annual Conference, San Diego, CA
Candra Michelle Clason (co-author), "Artificial Awe: Creating Goosebumps in a Social Context." 2012 Society of Personality and Social Psychology Annual Conference, San Diego, CA
Victoria Perrett (co-author), "To Give or Not to Give? Altruistic Decision Making Under Pressure." 2012 Georgia Psychological Society Annual Meeting, Valdosta, GA
Lori Berry, "Determining the Hydraulic Conductivity of the Subsurface in Wetland Environments." 2011 American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA
Hannah Sadowski, "Urban Wetland's Filtration of Pollutants in Milledgeville, Georgia." 2011 American Geophysical Union Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA