Each year, after months of detailed research under the direction of faculty mentors, students have the opportunity to showcase their work for faculty, staff, peers and guests on Scholars’ Day. Listed below are the 2019-2020 scholars and their research projects.
Students wanting to get involved should not be afraid to ask about opportunities. As a new student at FC, I was timid, and the idea of asking a professor for an opportunity to do research seemed daunting, although it proved to be worthwhile. Many of the professors have projects that students may not be aware of and the only way to find out about them is to inquire. For those students just beginning their research, I would advise them to keep an open mind and stay consistent. Projects may seem less than glamorous at times and occasionally the lab work can seem tedious, but when you finally obtain data and see a question being answered or an answer being explained by your work, it’s all worthwhile. - Kenzie Glassburn '17
Every Franklin College student completes a sequence of coursework in the major that develops their inquiry and analysis skills, culminating in a substantial scholarly project.