Tracy Mancini, Dean of Arts, Sciences, and University Transfer, proudly reports that five of Durham Tech’s Fall 2015 Honors Program students have been selected to present their papers at the UNC-Greensboro Honors Symposium on February 27. Congratulations to the following students:
Andrew J. McCrae – The Impact of the Discovery and Research of the Dead Sea Scrolls
Lois Triplett – How Are Hegemonic Masculinities Recreated within “Geek Culture”
Megan Valente – Modern Slavery: Part of our Nation, Part of our World
Randi Thompson – Mary Lincoln and Elizabeth Keckly: Friendship despite Adversity
Vi Chuong – The Silent Epidemic: Female Sexual Dysfunction
Dean Mancini praises the work of Marina DelVecchio, ASUT English instructor, under the direction of Shannon Hahn, ASUT Spanish instructor, for their great work in moving the Honors program forward.