“Some journeys in life can only be traveled alone” – Ken Poirot. Traveling alone is something that many people say you should experience before you die. I was lucky enough to experience it at the age of 21 in 3 separate European countries. Hi, my name is Shea Roblin, and […]
In the summer of 2019, Alex Shaffer, an AB Honors student, traveled to Portugal and Spain with the Student Athlete World U.S.A (SaWUSA) lacrosse team. Here’s what she writes about this experience. Portugal and Spain
Honors Convocation is a celebration of student accomplishments, and it is only natural that Honors and Silver Key students collect a substantial number of awards. This year, 20 students were inducted to the Silver Key Honors Society: Our graduating Honors students, Jayme Hykes (also Silver Key), Jordan Guthrie, and Lora […]
Last summer (2018), Emily Rainey participated in WVU-INBRE research symposium https://ab.edu/news/alderson-broaddus-student-aims-to-empower-women-through-research/?fbclid=IwAR0-yuW9pudR2U8YIF5ObkULRPkPiLq7bciXWYVrkoqRqPNGhyrTscFN73k She also presented the results of her research during the Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol on February 26, 2019.
AB Silver Key student Morgan Winterbottom graduated in December 2018 with a degree in Biology and is now starting at the AB Physician Assistant Program. Congratulations, Morgan! Here is an article, written by AB Honors student Lora Owston, about Morgan’s research.https://ab.edu/news/ab-student-experiences-biomedical-research-through-wv-inbre/
On April 25, 2019, at the annual AB Senior Research Symposium, Jordan Guthrie, a graduating Honors Student majoring in Chemistry, presented her research “Absorbance Rate Comparison of Different Acetaminophen Media through Artificial Stomach.” Congratulations, Jordan!
Racheal Lee, an Honors freshman, published several of her poems in the 2019 issue of Influx, AB student literary magazine. One of Racheal’s poems, “Conscious,” won the Influx Poetry/Prose contest. Congratulations, Racheal!
Spring 2019 Honors course Telling “Tails”: Human-Animal Studies was taught by Professor Kayla McKinney. In this course, students learned how humans have impacted and continue to impact animal lives and how animals have shaped human activity and understanding. For her research project in this class, Emily Rainey investigated Western and […]
The Honors Program and Silver Key Society students took on a project to aid the local shelter, Animal Friends of Barbour County. Animal Friends is a Non-Profit “no kill” shelter, which houses dogs and cats of the community until they an reach a loving home. The project was held in […]
My name is Rachel Gaspar and I am a student in the honors program at AB. I had an amazing opportunity this summer to play soccer in Costa Rica. I was invited by an organization called Beyond Sports who chose me based off of my stats throughout my college soccer […]