The Theodore Roosevelt Honors Leadership Program sent 10 students and 2 faculty members to the National Collegiate Honors Council in Boston, Nov. 12-15. Students and faculty members presented in one General Session panel and seven Idea Exchange presentations during the conference.
The students and faculty presenters included: Emily Bren, Brenda Charles, Benjamin Diede, Jody Ferris, Caitlin Hurlock, Zach Keller, professor Margaret Marcusen, Sunanda Neupane, Georgia Rustad, Keisha Sparks, professor Ashley Stark and Oakley Theony.
This year's conference theme was "Challenging Structures." All presentations were centered around this theme, ranging from highlighting various aspects of the Theodore Roosevelt Honors Leadership Program, to a discussion of physical diversity accommodations, an overview of Students In Free Enterprise and a discussion of an International Buddy Program to help bridge gaps between American and international students.