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QCC Honors Students Present Amazing Projects at the Annual Honors Showcase

May, 2019
  • QCC student Bradley Sylvestre explains his project, Organs On Chips, to Coordinator of Library Reference Tiger Swan
    QCC student Bradley Sylvestre explains his project, Organs On Chips, to Coordinator of Library Reference Tiger Swan.
  • Honors students Chloe Current and Philip Patrick Henry Saal with their projects.
    Honors students Chloe Current and Philip Patrick Henry Saal with their projects.
  • Honors student Jessica McGonagle presented her project on cardiac robotic surgery.
    Honors student Jessica McGonagle presented her project on cardiac robotic surgery.
  • Jamilex Rivas
    Jamilex Rivas
  • Honors student Vanessa Hanger explains her project to Director of IT Services Leo Burgess.
    Honors student Vanessa Hanger explains her project to Director of IT Services Leo Burgess.
  •  Philip Patrick Henry Saal (left) discusses his research with Executive Director of Technology Patrick Printz.
    Philip Patrick Henry Saal (left) discusses his research with Executive Director of Technology Patrick Printz.

QCC Honors Program students had a chance to present their final projects for students, faculty and staff at the annual Honors Showcase late last month. The program is lead by Honors Program Coordinator English Professor Susan McPherson and is a seminar-style course that enables students to work on a research project with the end goal of creating a high caliber presentation.

The Honors Program at QCC is accredited by the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education as a Commonwealth Honors Program and is part of an integrated, collaborative system-wide network of honors programs in Massachusetts public higher education. To learn more visit Commonwealth Honors Program.

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