2022 Honors Symposium: Honors Students Present Findings

2022 Honors Program

On April 21, Duke Sociology Honors students presented findings from their year-long research projects. Under the direction of Dr. Maria Febbo, students collected and analyzed data on a diverse range of topics, as indicted below. Thesis titles are listed in order of students in the picture, from left to right.

  • Francesco Pucci: “Who Saves the Day?” Racial Messaging in Superhero Cartoons
  • Malik Scott: “No Man is an Island”: Exploring Black Men’s Health Decisions Through a Masculine Lens
  • Allessandra Reuben: Exploring Relationships with Food, Body, and Exercise at an Elite University: Determinants of Patterns of Disordered Eating
  • Natalie Ezem: Explorations of Black Health in America: The Effects of Trust on Health Care Utilization Between U.S.-Born Black Americans and Black Foreign-Born African Immigrants
  • Kacia Anderson: More Than an Access Issue: Examining the First-Generation College Student Experience and Institutional Satisfaction