All Week: Celebrate the Art Exhibit
Grasselli Library, Tully Atrium & Gallery

WED Noon-1 p.m. Scholarly Lunch
Dolan Science Center, O’Connell Reading Room
“Ideas toward a Contemporary Theological Anthropology,” Joan Nuth, Department of Theology and Religious Studies

RSVP Required

WED 2-3:15 p.m. Paper/Panel Session J
Dolan Science Center, A202
PANEL: Honors Panel 2 of 4
Moderators: Drs. Angie Jones, Psychology and Julia Karolle-Berg, Honors Program
(1) Preeti Rao: Cystic Fibrosis Impact on Cellular Function
(2) Julia Blanchard: I Am Muzungu
(3) Desiree Tercek: European and United States Unemployment: What Factors Contribute to the Differences?
(4) Kayla Acklin: The Effect of Tolerance of Ambiguity and the Familial Role of an Offender on Criminal Decision Making

WED 2-3:15 p.m. Paper/Panel Session K
Dolan Science Center, A203
PANEL: Social Science Research
Moderator: Dr. Richard Clark, Sociology & Criminology
(1) Rachael Greuber: Women’s Empowerment & Economic Development
(2) Diana Naoum: The Syrian Refugee Crisis
(3) Shannon Doyle: Climate Change Refugees: A Look at Our Future
(4) Dylan O’Donnell: The Efficacy of Probation as a Criminal Sanction

WED 2-3:15 p.m. Paper/Panel Session L
Dolan Science Center, O’Connell Reading Room
PANEL: Incorporating Creativity/Entrepreneurship into the Arts and Sciences
Moderator: Dr. Jacqueline Schmidt, Communication & Theatre Arts
Panelists: Dr. Malia McAndrews, History; Jennifer Catellier, Communications & Theatre Arts; Dr. Doris Donnelly, Theology & Religious Studies; Dr. Elizabeth Stlies, Political Science; Dr. Duane Dukes, Psychology

WED 3-4 p.m. Conversations on Guyland: The Perilous World Where Boys Become Men
Dolan Science Center, Room TBA
With Dr. Michael Kimmel, Stony Brook University
Part of the Shula Lecture Series
Co-sponsored by the Shula Chair in Philosophy, the Office of the Provost and Academic Vice President, the Program in Applied Ethics, the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion, and the Department of Sociology and Criminology
By invitation only

WED 3:30-4:45 p.m. Paper/Panel Session M
Dolan Science Center, A202
PANEL: Honors Panel 3 of 4
Moderators: Drs. Angie Jones, Psychology & Julia Karolle-Berg, Honors Program
(1) Jaclyn Roznick: Comparison of Domestic and Foreign Corporate Income Tax Policy
(2) Bryan Kroetsch: The New Right Discourse on Health Care
(3) Christopher Wetherill: Semantic Satiation Among Lexically Ambiguous Words
(4) Chelsea Neubecker: A Leader For and With Others: Eleanor Roosevelt’s Years in the White House

WED 3:30-4:45 p.m. Paper/Panel Session N
Dolan Science Center, A203
PANEL: Arrupe Scholars Senior Capstone, Panel 2 of 4
Moderator: Dr. Peggy Finucane, Center for Service & Social Action
Participants: Alyssa Brown, Margaret Hutchison, Kate Pifer, Brittany Thompson

WED 3:30-4:45 p.m. Paper/Panel Session O
Dolan Science Center, O’Connell Reading Room
Moderator: Dr. Mindy Peden, Political Science
(1) David Fredericka: Lottery Revenue Distribution
(2) Darcy Egan: Mary of Egypt — Authorization and Agency in the Desert
(3) Kirsten Ham: Is a college education worthwhile?

WED 5-6:15 p.m. Paper/Panel Session P
Dolan Science Center, A202
Moderator: Dr. Jim Krukones, History & Provost/Academic Vice President’s Office
(1) Ryan Colby: The Death of the American Trial
(2) Haley Manuel: Does Greek Life Affect Academic Performance See Panel C
(3) Carson Bay: “4QInstruction” and “1 Enoch”: An Exercise in Sapiential-Apocalyptic Epistemological Compatibility

WED 5-6:15 p.m. Paper/Panel Session Q
Dolan Science Center, A203
PANEL: Transformative Rhetoric: Critiques of Substance and Style
Moderator: Dr. Brent Brossman, Communication
(1) Kristine Brossmann: Exploring the Taboo Through Storytelling: An Examination of Mercedes Lackey and Homosexuality
(2) Brenna Dimmig: A Rhetorical Criticism of the Feminist Response To Clinton-Lewinsky Affair
(3) Lisa Perry: A Rhetorical Analysis of ‘WAR IS PEACE / FREEDOM IS SLAVERY / IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH’
(4) Emily Stolfer: Eisenhower’s Military Industrial Complex

WED 5-6:15 p.m. Paper/Panel Session R
Dolan Science Center, O’Connell Reading Room
PANEL: The Internship Experience – All Majors Welcome
Moderator: Pending
Panelists: Student Interns

WED 7 p.m. Shula Lecture Series: Bodies & Sexualities
Dolan Science Center, Donahue Auditorium
“Guyland: The American Campus in the 21st Century”
Dr. Michael Kimmel, Department of Sociology, Stony Brook University
Sponsored by the Department of Philosophy
Reception to follow in the O’Connell Reading Room

WED 8 p.m. Paper/Panel Session S
Jardine Room
PANEL: “The We the People Service-Learning Program”
Moderator: Liz Deegan, CSSA
Panelists:
Tyler McTigue, Student Coordinator, We the People
Aylssa Giannirakis, Student Coordinator, Youth for Justice
Jennifer Kliemann, teacher, JFK High School
Sr. Renee Pastor, teacher, St. Frances School

WED 9-11 p.m. The Arts at Night
Lombardo Student Center, The Underground
Refreshments