A group of SOAN’s high achieving seniors presented the results of their senior research projects May 5 to SOAN faculty and staff. In the past, these presentations served as a defense for the honors program, but are now focused on an opportunity to learn about their research, ask questions, and celebrate their hard work.
- Anna Brown: 3D Imaging Technology and Museums: Innovative Means of Decolonization or New Medium of Colonialism?
- Emma Goldstein: “What’s the purpose of sharing this?”: Political Identity Formation and Activism on Instagram
- Hanna Christian: Negotiating the Self Within Discourses of Bulimia
- Jack Jamieson: Is Colgate Together?: An Analysis of Social Cohesion at Colgate University During COVID-19
- Jari Nunez: Harvesting a “Better Future”: Cultural Community Wealth of Agricultural Working College Students
- Jinui Thomas: The Colgate Pipeline: Institutional Habitus and Student Career Selection
- Savannah Milton: Museums in the Time of Covid: Transformation in the Digital Era
- Jill Burke: “The Boy Next Door”: Newspaper Frames in The Opioid Crisis, 1995–2020
Graduating with high honors are anthropology majors Hanna Christian, Savannah Milton, and Anna Brown as well as sociology major Emma Goldstein. Graduating with honors are sociology majors Jack Jamieson, Jaritza Nunez, and Jinui Thomas. SOAN seniors receiving department awards include: Savannah Milton, Award for Excellence in Anthropology; Julia Bartley, Award for Excellence in Sociology; and two Ramshaw Service Award winners, Anna Brown and Jari Nunez.