Honors at NCUR

Honors students represented Appalachian well at the 29th Annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) held at Eastern Washington University, April 16-18. This included research across all areas and the following oral presentations: Grayson Bodenheimer, sociology, whose talk was entitled, “A Pill for All Ills: A Theoretical Analysis of Antidepressants, Rationalized Society, and the Departure of Human Interaction;” Emily Stewart Long, history, who presented a paper entitled, “No Selfhood...No Freedom: Matin Heidegger’s Radical Definition of ‘Transcendence’ in 20th Century Europe;” and Hannah Malcolm, history (photo shown here) who presented “Religion Beyond the Cult of the Supreme Being: Nationalism and the French Revolution.” Other Honors students representing Appalachian at the 2015 NCUR included: Cameron Brown, psychology; Anne Carpenter, education; Brian Clee, computer science; Alaina Doyle, religious studies; Jacob Pawlik, chemistry; and Danielle Russell, chemistry.

Hannah Malcolm, history
Published: Oct 30, 2015 12:13pm