Honors Day was established to celebrate scholarly and creative activities in the liberal arts on Alma’s campus.
Over the years, Alma College has fostered a tradition of involving undergraduate students in high-level scholarship and creative work. Our students have presented the results of their work from the laboratories, library, and studios in local, national and international venues.
All Alma students are invited to present their work on this exciting day. The Honors Day Committee encourages submissions of quality projects displaying methods of scholarship and creativity appropriate to their authors’ disciplines. Students who are interested should consult with their research or academic advisors.
Andrea Aguilera, Christy Robinson and Anna Leonard are the 2014 recipients of the Ronald O. Kapp Honors Day Prize for their outstanding Honors Day presentations in the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences.
Aguilera, a senior from Minooka, Ill., presented “Uncaged Truth: A Collection of Difficult Poems.” Robinson, a senior from Ortonville, presented “Ligand Binding Affects bSULT1A1 Protease Sensitivity.” Leonard, a senior from Dexter, presented “An Analysis of the Formation of State Policies with Special Attention to the Variable of Environmental Events.”
This year’s Honors Day is April 2, 2015. Check back here for more information regarding the Honors Day speaker and abstract submission schedule.