Honors Research Series
The Honors Research Series showcases and promotes research in the LSU Honors College, demonstrating the processes of, stimulating conversation about, and contributing to a culture of research. The Honors Research Series continues through the Spring semester, culminating in the annual LSU Honors College Thesis Colloquium, where Honors students step into the spotlight and share their current research with their peers, faculty mentors, and the greater Honors community.
Past Research Series Talks
Robert Mann "The Revolution is Not Being Televised: How the Internet Has Transformed American Politics"
Jeffrey A. Nunn “Exploring the subsurface: hydrocarbons, groundwater, geohazards … and the occasional dead body”
Daniel B. Marin "Representations of Business Practice: Abstract and Concrete."
Mary L. Kelley " Children's Adjustment Post-Hurricane Katrina: Risk and Protective Factors"
Zachary L. Godshall Documentary Film: Showing and Telling
Darius A. Spieth “Napoleon's Sorcerers: The Sophisians"
James R. Stoner, Jr.“The Law and Politics of Pornography”
Richard C. Moreland “Representations and Rhetorics of Social Change in Modern American Literature: A Few Examples”
Michelle L. Zerba "What Can You Do Today with the Ancient Greeks and Romans?"
Barret Kennedy "Documentation for Disaster(s)"