The Honors Capstone is the pinnacle of an undergraduate experience. During their Capstone experience, Honors graduates produce their first original, scholarly work. Motivated and capable students from all disciplines are invited to embark on this year and half long journey. During this process, students select their committee, find a topic, propose their original work, and then create their Capstone. The students below have invested a huge portion of their time and energy in completing their projects. Each of these students will graduate with University Honors and we congratulate them on their accomplishment. The Honors Capstone Presentations will take place on Thursday, April 28th in the Library B111 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Mr. Gore already presented last year; the other three listed below are presenting this year.
The campus community is welcome to attend these presentations. We will provide snacks during the presentations. Please note that all times are approximate.
12:30 - Introductory Remarks by Dr. Shirley Shultz Myers, Director of the Honors Program.
12:35 - Ian Anthony DeAndrea-Lazarus will be presenting his Capstone "Comparing Deaf Native Signers and Deaf Early Signers with Respect to Phonological Perception."
1:00 - Meredith Michelle Peruzzi will be presenting her Capstone "Gallaudet at 150: Chapter One."
1:30 - Grady Matthew Gallagher will be presenting his Capstone "Self-Adaptors and Gaze Aversion: Cues of Deception in Culturally Deaf College Students."
Seth J. Gore, "Hearing with Your Eyes: An Exploration into the World of Deaf and Visual Perception through Fiction." Seth presented last year.