Chancellor Daniele Struppa gives an Honors student a stole and diploma at Honors' pre-graduation banquet.

»Honors Achievements 2014-2015

+-National Collegiate Honors Council Presentations

Denver, CO

November 2014

Brian Kmetz & Garrett Isaacs
“Artificial Neural Networks and Machine Learning”

Timothy Lee
“Analysis of Moral Dilemmas in Vocational Choice”

Daniel Levy
“Statute of Anne: The Invention of Copyright and Authorial Ownership”

Marilyn Love
“Patriarchy and the Male Gaze in Vodou”

Sohini Mukherjee
“Study of Socioeconomic, Sanitation, and Hygiene Factors as Determinants of Recurrent Diarrhea in Children Aged Five and Under in Sundarban Area”

Marissa Wong
“Not a Protected Ground: Gender-Based Asylum Claims and the Neglect of Refugee Women”

Cristiana Wilcoxon
“Be Careful What You Sign: The Destructive Power of the Unconscionable Contract”

Drew Richardson
“Why We Need Political Economists: Making the Case for a More Interdisciplinary Approach to Economics in Ecuador”

+-Western Regional Honors Council Presentations

Reno, NV

April 2015

Julye Bidmead, Ph.D., Marilyn Love, Shannen Mosqueda, Megan Parish
“Teaching the Sacred Text: Images of Gender, Race, and Religion in Disney”

Emily Ebbers
“Unearthing Imperialism: The Power Dynamics of the Production of Knowledge in Colonial-Era Egyptology”

Nikolai Eiteneer
“Lighting Design Proposal for Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead: Chapman University Spring 2015”

Joshua Gotham
“Quantum Computers and their Applications in Pharmaceuticals”

Desiree Greenhouse
“Can You Hear Me? Do You Care? The Police as Agents of Social Control Against Black Women in the United States”

Tiffany Ho
“The Conversion to Christianity in Asian-American Immigrants”

Abigail Kim, Sarah Smith
“Shakespeare's Other: Postcolonial Identity in The Tempest”

Jennifer Kim
“#justanotherdisaster”

Brian Kmetz
“Data Mining Techniques for Use in Cancer Diagnosis/Treatment”

Anja Kruslin
“How Trade with the East Fueled the Economic Policies that Allowed Italy to Maintain its Competitive Advantage in the Pursuit of Mercantile Profit throughout the Renaissance”

Devin Marcus
“Strange, Far Places: The Interaction between Horror Media and the Internet”

Shannen Mosqueda
“Share Your Pain with Me: An Exploration of Fear, Worldedness, and the ‘Other’"

Sohini Mukherjee
“The Influence of Ethnicity Upon Attractiveness and Dating Desirability of Males in Online Dating”
&
“Educating the Masses: Do Illegal Immigrants have the Right to an Education?”

Emmabel “Tami” Orendain
“The Cinderella Stories: Storytelling and Cultural Transmission?

Megan Parish
“Inside the Boudoir: Designing the World of Lynn Nottage's Intimate Apparel”

Danielle Platt
“Democratization, the French Revolution and the Arab Spring: Timeless Trends in Evolutionary Egalitarian Protest Politics”
&
“A Future In Urban Planning: An Analysis of Urbanization, Population Growth, Environmental
Hazard and Collective Planning Solutions for our Growing Global Population”

Kendra Rickard
“The Politics of Food Insecurity: An Examination of Obesity in the U.S.”

Sarah Smith
"’Make it a Woman's World’: The 1911 California Woman Suffrage Campaign”

Andrew Vo, Kassidy Vo
“How Disney is "Kingdom Hearts?” A Comparison Between Disney Films and the Video Game”

Cristiana Wilcoxon
“Demanding Diversity: The Student-Driven Push for a Multicultural Center at Chapman
University”
&
“Be Careful What You Sign For: The Destructive Power of the Unconscionable Contract”

+-Chapman University Awards

Marissa Wong
Won the Cheverton Award (The highest award bestowed at Chapman University)

Samantha Cressey
Nominated for the Cheverton Award

Marilyn Love
Nominated for the Cheverton Award, Religious Studies Department Award

Gabrielle Stetz
Nominated for the Cheverton Award, Music Department Award

Conner Bogenreif
Music Department Awards – Conservatory of Music (highest COPA award), String Ensemble Award, Music History Award

Isabelle Grimm
Theatre Department Award

Nickolas Kaynor
Music Department Award - String Performance

Abigail Kim
History Department Honors

Daniel Levy
Best Undergraduate Paper Award: Europe by the Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society,
Phi Alpha Theta, History Honors Society, Theta Alpha Kappa, Religious Studies Honors Society, and Mortar Board

Sten Olson
Nominated for Dodge's top undergraduate cinematography award ‘14
Selected for the ASC Heritage Award, which is the highest honor for student cinematography in the country

Megan Parish
Outstanding French Student Award/Departmental Honors in French
Departmental Honors in Theatre

Elise Pertusati
Art Department Award

Drew Richardson
Beta Gamma Sigma. BGS is the premier honor society recognizing business excellence and it’s the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive.

McKenzie Tavoda
Top prize winner for the John and Margaret Class Student Book Collection Contest
Honorable Mention for the Leatherby Library's student undergraduate research prize

Cris Wilcoxon
Beta Gamma Sigma. BGS is the premier honor society recognizing business excellence and it’s the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive.

+-University Honors Awards

Award for Academic Excellence (2014-2015)

 
Isabell Grimm
Alexandra Jewett
Megan Parish
Marissa Wong
Jonathan Woo
 

University Honors Program Student of the Year (2014-2015)

Abbey Cavendish
Timothy Lee
Drew Richardson
Cristiana Wilcoxon

+-University Honors Conference

Chapman University
May 2 2015

Fernando Amador
Gender in the Making: Sex and Gender in Catalina de Erauso's Early Modern Society

Connor Bogenreif
Write that Down! A Note-Worthy Look at the History and Evolution of Music Notation

Courtney Bramstedt
Hospice Workers and Their Relationship to Death and Dying

Abbey Cavendish
Schools Not Prisons

Javier Chacon Jr.
The Ramifications of Synesthesia

Samantha Cressey
The Gay Death Penalty

Rachel Deering
Feel the Sound: How Sound Design Influences Audiences in Theater and Film

Emily Ebbers
Imperialism Unearthed: Power and Representation in Colonial-era Egyptology

Nikolai Eiteneer
Lighting Design Concept for Tom Stoppard's Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead: Chapman University Spring 2015

Gianna Giusti
The Broken Mirror: Identification through Homeland and Travel in Salman Rushdie's Enchantress of Florence

Désirée Greenhouse
"Popular Science": Justifying Immorality By Co-opting the Validity of Science

Jennifer Grich
The Bridge Between Brand and Consumer: Properly Reaching the 2015 Hispanic American Market

Isabelle Grimm
Trojan Whores: Unsung Stories of Women in Theatres of War

Brian Halbur
How to Spend a Million Dollars: A Good Look at Income and Wealth in America

Tiffany Ho
The Conversion to Christianity in Asian American Immigrants

Alex Jewett
Ethics of Neuromarketing

Nickolas Kaynor
Hermeneutical Bartók: A Study of Interpretation in Bartók's Viola Concerto

Abigail Kim
Creating Identity: The Korean Third Space

Jennifer Kim
#justanotherdisaster

Timothy Lee
The Evolution of Morality

Daniel Levy
"For the Encouragement of Learned Men": Circular Trends in Copyright Law

Zohar Liebermensch
The Formula to Success

Marilyn Love
Seeing the Face of the Other: The Role of the Seductress in the Hebrew Bible

Savahna Malatesta
What Have the Millennials Brewed Up?

Shannen Mosqueda
Share Your Pain With Me: An Exploration of Fear, Worldedness, and the "Other" in Immigration Reform

Sten Olson
A Look into Darkness: The History and Science of the Illusion of Night in Film and Art

Emmabel Orendain
The Cinderella Stories: Cultural Transmission Through Storytelling

Megan Parish
Inside the Boudoir: Designing the World of Lynn Nottage's Intimate Apparel

Elise Pertusati
The Politics of Art at Fotainebleau

Anna Price
Eyre-headed Adaptations: Implications of Manipulation and Omission in Cinema

Haley Pucelik
Step by Step: A Guide to Stop Motion

Emily Ralston
Inequality Joe: "It's not what you buy, it's what you buy into. - Starbucks."

Drew Richardson
Exploring the Ethics of Hunting

Kendra Rickard
The Politics of Food Insecurity: An Examination of Obesity in the United States

Alec Shumate
Film Production Design: Balancing Art and Vocation

Sarah Smith
"Make it a Women's World": The 1911 California Woman Suffrage Campaign

Gabrielle Stetz
This is Your Brain on Atonal Music

Alyssa Tapper
Music for Everyone, Money for No One? The Legal and Financial Implications of Digital Streaming

McKenzie Tavoda
"A Land You Could Not Escape From But Almost Didn't Want to Leave": Japanese American Identity in Manzanar Internment Camp Gardens

Alex Tomko
Hot Set! - An inside Look at a Film's Art Department

Amy Vanderlip
Now in Theaters: Immersive Post Processes in Cinema

Andrew Vo
The Power of Playing: Analyzing the Video Game Genre With the "Kingdom Hearts" Series

Allie Weber
Repaving Wall Street: The Political Legacy of the Great Recession

Cristiana Wilcoxon
Demanding Diversity: The Student-Driven Push for a Multicultural Center

Marissa Wong
The Politics of History and Memory: Implications for Peace Education in Rwanda

Jonothan Woo
The Future of Bioprosthetic Heart Valves: Bridging the Gap Between Academia and Industry

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