SFC Honors Students Present at Symposium
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Five St. Francis College Honors Program students presented their research at the end of the Spring 2018 semester, April 20, 2018, in a symposium celebrating the academic rigor and independent motivation of the brightest and most committed students at the College.

(Watch the Honors Symposium)

Under John Dilyard, Director of the Honors Program and a Management Professor, the students worked with faculty mentors to hone their topics and deliver full presentations summing up their findings.

Students who presented are:

  • Danielle Chin '18 - The Psychological and Sociological Effects of the Media on Body Image
  • Emma Gaffney'18 - An Analysis of How Female athletics is Portrayed by the Media and the Impact of this In and Beyond the World of Sports
  • Stefan Ivanovic '18 - The Fake American Dream
  • Valerie Kaufmann '18 - Chaos and Complicity: Art in Nazi Germany
  • Cara Palmer '18 - How Social Media Impacts the Well-Being of College-Aged Men

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In addition to exclusive seminar courses, the Honors Program also bring speakers to campus and participates in several community events.

sfc.edu/honors