Honors Students Present Their Research at Honors Conference Day


Students from the School of Arts & Sciences Honors Program presented their research at the Honors Conference Day on April 28, 2011. This event, a requirement for those who seek an Honors Diploma, demonstrates the labor, talent, and motivation of Honors students and their work with dedicated faculty mentors.

Pictured here is Justinne Orjuela SAS'11 and Marga Taylor, the Associate Dean of the School of Arts & Sciences. Justinne's project, titled "Columbian Women and Armed Conflict: Investigating Women's Rights Abuses Under the Lens of International Law," investigates the UN Human rights council recommendations to the government of Columbia and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR).