FORT WAYNE, Ind.—The Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) Honors Program will host its annual showcase of capstone research projects Friday, April 11, beginning at 11 a.m. in Walb Student Union, Room G-08. Eleven students from six disciplines—biology, communication sciences and disorders, accounting, English, history, and physics—will present their research in 30-minute sessions, with 20 minutes for the presentation and the remaining 10 minutes for answering questions from the audience.
The Honors Program is an interdisciplinary undergraduate program that encourages high-achieving, talented students to pursue various pathways to excellence including research and creative endeavors, international studies, service, and community engagement. The program is designed for motivated students who want to make the most of their higher education through an enriched academic experience.
Ann Livschiz, associate professor of history and interim director of the Honors Program, said, "We have an exciting lineup of 11 presentations on a diverse range of topics and the students are looking forward to the opportunity to share their research findings." Livschiz also noted that of the 11 presentations, five are from the Department of Biology.
The students and their presentations are:
The presentations are open to the campus community and members of the media are invited to attend any or all of the presentations.For more information, contact Livschiz at firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Honors Program at 260-481-6924.