Madison College announces Honors Program competition winners
Madison College's Honors Program is a college-wide, project-based program where qualified students work with an honors supervising faculty member over the course of a semester to develop an honors project. At the end of each semester the college holds a competition among its Honors Program students. Here are the recently announced winners of that competition.
FIRST PLACE ($300)
"Archaeans and the Human Body"
Program or Discipline: Biology
Honors Supervising Faculty: Beth Behr
Literature review on the relationship between Archaeans and human health highlighting areas where research is lacking.
SECOND PLACE ($200)
Francisco Eujenin Campos
“International Student Resource”
Program or Discipline: Marketing
Honors Supervising Faculty: Steve Noll
Research and create elements to promote social media and/or digital awareness for international educational opportunities.
THIRD PLACE ($100)
"Ice Age Segment Tracker”
Program or Discipline: IT-Web Software Developer
Honors Supervising Faculty: Ken Marks
Website for trail runners and hikers to track complete segments of the Ice Age Trail. The website will have users logins and will track user statistics.