Class of 2011 Candidates for Distinction Present Work
May 10, 2011
The Class of 2011 candidates for Distinction in the Field brought a broad range of topics to the table during the College's sixth annual presentation forum, which ran April 28th. In all, 44 members of the senior class presented their work in various locations throughout campus.
Examples of presentations included art major Brittany Jordan ’11, “Art as Therapy in a Vocational Setting Increases Self-esteem Among Clients Who are Deaf Blind”; global health major (individualized) Elyse Whitehead ’11, “The Word Became Flesh and Continues to Dwell Among Us”; and global studies major Torrey Joyner ’11, “Diversifying Capital: How First-Generation Immigrant Students Overcome Barriers to Academic Success.”