Fall 2021 Senior Project Presentations

Thursday, December 2

A multicolor poster with illustrations of primates and illustrative diagrams in color and black and white. The text reads: “Examining Graphic Design and Anthropology Through an Infographic Novel. A creative project aiming to make human origins approachable through design. By Jocelyn Grant, Advised by Alyson Rollins, Thursday, December 2nd at 1:30 pm in OM330B or on Zoom, For Disability Accommodations please email honors@wwu.edu”

Jocelyn Grant - 1:30 pm

Examining Graphic Design and Anthropology Through an Infographic Novel 

Monday, December 6

A poster with an envelope that has flowers coming out of it. The text reads: "Dear future. Project by Sarah Kerby. Advised by Rebecca Borowski. December 6th at 1:30-2:30 pm. Old Main 330 OR Join Zoom Meeting https://wwu-edu.zoom.us/j/93796106346 Meeting ID: 937 9610 6346. For disability accommodations please email honors@wwu.edu"

Sarah Kerby - 1:30 pm 

Dear Future...

Tuesday, December 7

Trade Bait Season 3: A five-part podcast series dissecting the use of statistics in the NFL and NFL media. An Honors Capstone Project by Ben Bagley, advised by Derek Moscato, presented on Tuesday, December 7 at 1:00 pm.

Ben Bagley - 1:00 pm

Trade Bait, Season 3

A grey poster with a photo of shellfish. The text reads: "Nathalie Wagler, Advised by Dr. Marco Hatch. Can you dig it? Shellfish identification and population trends at Weaverling Spit, Anacortes, Washington. On Wednesday, December 8th 2021 at 3:30. For disability accommodations email honors@wwu.edu"

Nathalie Wagler - 4:00 pm

Can you dig it?

A poster that has a lighthouse and crescent moon in the background. Its title reads "Fog Town: Exploring the Novel-Writing Process" and beneath that is a subheading that says "Spencer de Vries, advised by Dr. Julie Dugger." At the bottom, there is text reading "Tuesday, December 7th @2pm in Old Main 330. For Disability Accommodations please email honors@wwu.edu"

Spencer de Vries - 2:00 pm

Fog Town: Exploring The Novel-Writing Process

A poster with a photo of a mountain with snow that has algae on it. The text reads "Snow algae of Mt. Watson. Morphotypic Diversity of Alpine Algae over a Locally Varied Habitat. By Fiona McBride, advised by Dr. Robin Kodner. Tuesday December 7 at 3PM at OM 330 and on zoom. For disability accommodations please email honors@wwu.edu."

Fiona McBride - 3:00 pm

Snow Algae of Mt. Watson

Wednesday, December 8

A photo of a blue and white painted birdhouse sitting on a white picket fence overgrown with wild roses. Behind the fence, cloudy skies and the Puget Sound are visible. Above the image reads, "Wednesday, December 8, 10 AM. Haunting This Garden, A poetry chapbook exploring heart and environment." Below the image reads "By Anna Thomas, Advised by Jane Wong. Accessible in person at OM330C & via Zoom! For Disability Accommodations please email honors@wwu.edu."

Anna Thomas - 10:00 am 

Haunting This Garden

Poster with background image of flowering lupine plant. Title “A Narrative Investigation of Regenerative Craft.” Subtitle reads “exploring an alternative design concentration at Fairhaven College through a portfolio website. Presenting student is Timothy Foster advised by Professor Niall O Murchu. Date and time of presentation are Wednesday, December 8, 2021 at 2:30 p.m. Presentation located in Old Main 330C or over zoom."

Timothy Foster - 2:30 pm 

A Narrative Investigation of Regenerative Craft

A poster with movie imagery. The text reads: "WWU Presents: "Quiz Bowl" A Short Table Read. Wednesday, December 8th, 2021 at 12:30. Presented by: Lauren Fontanilla. Advisor: Dr. Dawn Dietrich. Join us in Old Main #330C or over zoom. For disability accommodations please email honors@wwu.edu"

Lauren Fontanilla - 12:30 pm

Quiz Bowl: A Short Table Read

A poster with a gold leaf-patterned background graphics of river waves. The text reads "A novel about fate, family, and betrayal: The Exiled Prophet. Wednesday December 8th at 1:30 PM. Anna Russon advised by Dr. Lori Martindale. In OM 330C & On Zoom. For Disability Accommodations please email honors@wwu.edu."

Anna Russon - 1:30 pm 

The Exiled Prophet: A Novel 

Thursday, December 9

Thursday, December 9, 2021. 9:00 AM. OM 330C and on Zoom. Nadshedu: Constructing a Fictional Language. Anna Steinhilber. Advised by Jordan Sandoval. For disability accommodations please email: honors@wwu.edu

Anna Steinhilber - 9:00 am 

Nadshedu: Constructing a Fictional Language

A blue poster with puzzle pieces. It says "Occupational Therapy and Treatment of Sensory Issues Related to Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Literature Review. Presented by Elise Liddane, Advised by Dr. Gordon Chalmers. Thursday, December 9th 12:30-11:15 PM in Old Main 330 or via Zoom. For disability accommodations please email honors@wwu.edu."

Elise Liddane - 12:30 pm 

Occupational Therapy and Treatment of Sensory Issues Related to Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Literature Review

Please attend my presentation titled "What's in that Scat?: An analysis of the Canada lynx diet and distribution in the North Cascades Ecosystem" on December 9, 2021 in room OM 330C at 3:30 pm.  The poster depicts a close-up image of a Canada lynx.

Antonia Parrish - 3:30 pm 

What's in that Scat? An Analysis of the Canada Lynx Diet and Distribution in the North Cascades Ecosystem

A poster with a neighborhood at the bottom. The text reads: "Honors capstone presentation. Bellingham's Housing Ecosystem. By Malene Garcia, Advised by Dr. Tammi Laninga. December 9th at 10 am. For disability accommodations, please email honors@wwu.edu"

Malene Garcia - 10:00 am 

Bellingham's Housing Ecosystem

An orange poster with two striped circles. The text reads: "Tidelocked by Will Rasmussen, Advised by Dr. Julie Dugger. A Sci-Fi Novella about a hostile world and the edge of humanity. Thursday, December 9th, 2021. at 1:30-2:15 in OM330C. For disability accommodations please email honors@wwu.edu"

Will Rasmussen - 1:30 pm 

Tidelocked

On a collage background, text is pictured over blank postage stamp shapes, reading, "Greenhouse by Sophie Hall: lyric essays and poems on what it means to be at home. Advised by Brenda Miller. December 9, 2021 at 11 am. For disability accommodations, please email honors@wwu.edu." The collage background includes a stamp with a bear climbing a tree on it, a stamp with an owl on it, a pressed buttercup, a pressed orchid, a teddy bear head, a baseball player, a few scattered maple leaves, and more."

Sophie Hall - 11:00 am 

greenhouse

A grey poster with microscopic cells. The text reads: "The role of an RNAi pathway in maintaining genome integrity. By Jason Sasser. Advised by Dr. Suzanne Lee, Biology Department. Thursday December 9th, 2:30 pm in OM330C and on Zoom. For disability accommodations please email honors@wwu.edu"

Jason Sasser - 2:30 pm 

The Role of an RNAi Pathway in Maintaining Genomic Integrity