Honors Conference Attendance & Presenter Award Winners

Each year, the Honors in the Major Program provides partial funding support for University Honors and Honors in the Major students to attend and/or present at a professional conference. The Honors Conference Attendance Award amount is up to $250, whereas the Honors Conference Presenter Award amount is up to $1,500. Please visit the Honors Funding & Awards page to learn more about the eligibility requirements and deadlines for both awards.

Honors Conference Attendance Award

 

SPRING 2022 AWARD WINNER

"Arizona Maki, Spring 2022 Honors Conference Attendance Award Winner"

ARIZONA MAKI

Major: Anthropology

FALL 2020 AWARD WINNER

ELIAS LARRALDE

Major: History

Thesis: Melodies of Mirages: Exoticism, Folklore, and "Preforming" Santeria.

Thesis Director: Dr. Robinson Herrera, Department of History


Honors Conference Presenter Award

SPRING 2022 AWARD WINNERS

"Jacob Azriel, Spring 2022 Honors Conference Presenter Award"

JACOB AZRIEL

Major: Meteorology

Thesis: The Tallahassee 3 March 2019 EF-3 Tornado

Thesis Director:  Dr. Henry Fuelberg, Department of Earth, Ocean & Atmospheric Science (Meteorology)

""Catalina Caceres, Spring 2022 Honors Conference Presenter Award Winner

CATALINA CACERES

Major: Criminology

UROP Project: “The Impact of COVID-19 on “Sisterhood” and “Brotherhood” in Fraternity and Sorority Life”

"Morgan Kirwan, Spring 2022 Honors Conference Presenter Award Winner"

MORGAN KIRWAN

Major: Psychology

Thesis: Are You Threatening Me?: Testing if Activating Executive Function Inhibits the Misattribution of Threat to Neutral Stimuli

Thesis Director: Dr. David S. March, Department of Psychology

"Gabriel Pfeuffer-Ferguson, Spring 2022 Honors Conference Presenter Award Winner"

GABRIEL PFEUFFER-FERGUSON

Major: Interdisciplinary Social Science (Concentration: Urban Studies)

 

"Delaney Williams, Spring 2022 Honors Conference Presenter Award Winner"

DELANEY WILLIAMS

Major: Political Science and International Affairs

 

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