Honors Students Present Research at 2014 NCHC Conference 

 In fall 2014 two Marist College Honors Students presented their work at the National Collegiate Honors Conference (NCHC) in Denver, CO.

Matthew Amato, a senior Environmental Studies major, presented his work on the effect of nanoparticles on aquatic life in the Hudson River. Joseph Theall, a junior political science major, presented his analysis of misogynistic and anti-misogynistic in Alfred Hitchcock’s movie “Frenzy.”

In addition to their presentations, Amato and Theall enjoyed attending presentations by honors students and faculty from across the country.

Amato is currently working on his senior honors project. This spring Theall is interning at the British Parliament in London. Both students presented their work as part of the fall 2014 Honors Research Forum. The Honors Research Forum provides students with an informal setting to present their research projects to honors students and faculty.