Socratic Symposium, Spring 2009

Each semester, honors scholars and their faculty research advisers gather together for the Socratic Symposium. The Symposium is an event that allows students to share the classwork and research in which they have been engaged. The Symposium celebrated the significant accomplishments of the Brandywine honors scholars for Spring 2009, including the National Collegiate Honors Council's Honors Service Day. Below are the titles of the honors option poster presentations at the Symposium.

• An Independent Study of Honors Concepts of Discrete Mathematics, Daniel Sprik, MATH 311M

• CRM Past, Present and Future, John Formento, MIS 204/SCM 200

• Robotics Lego NXT Mindstorm and MATLAB, Tuan Ngo and Qian Ye, E E 210

• Multiple Narratives of the Christiana Riots, Dana Gibson, ENGL 310H and AM ST 296

• International Business and the Australian Jewelry Industry, Diane Paolo, I B 303

• America's Middle Class, an Attack on the Heart, Christopher Collins, PL SC 496

• Using the Grid System to Document Smithsonian Dinosaur Type Specimens, Jennifer Choi,
EARTH 496

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