College of Arts and Sciences

 College of Arts and Sciences Student Speaker Series.

The Student Speaker Series provides an occasion for CAS students to share their passion and insights for each of their respective disciplines.  Over the course of the two evenings, nine undergraduate scholars will share their work spanning the CAS disciplines in humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and mathematics.  We encourage everyone to attend and to learn more about topics ranging from radio astronomy to literature to the power of knowledge.

For more information contact:

Dr. Kyle Mayborn, Student Council Advisor

Schedule of Events

Both evenings start at 7:00 p.m. and meet in Morgan Hall 101B


Thursday, February 21 
  • Kaylee Gundling (English): Beware Crimson Peak: How the Home Empowers Women in Gothic Stories
  • Allison Anderson (History): The Salem Witch Trials and the Political Chaos that Caused Them
  • Jordan Hughes (Mathematics and Philosophy): Mathematics, Teaching and Connections with the Rubik’s Cube
  • Harley Spero (Psychology): Cell Phones and Social Intelligence
Wednesday, February 27
  • Shea Fili (Foreign Languages and Literatures): Effects of Global Communication: Spanish Anglicisms and the Lingua Franca
  • Kylee Fall (Biological Sciences): The Comparison of Bone Ossification in the Forelimb and Hindlimb of Alligator Mississippiensis
  • Caitlen Hahn (Nursing): Critical Thinking in the Nursing Process
  • Alondra Ceniceros (Sociology and Anthropology): Women of Color in the Workplace
  • Grant Reed (Political Science): Duty Driven Democracy: Why We Need to Strengthen Student Engagement in the Era of Civic Apathy