On Sunday, March 21, Seton Hill University hosted the Undergraduate Humanities Conference on the second and third floors of the Administration Building.

Eighteen University students had the opportunity to present their original work through presentations or poster/paper displays to an academic community.
The event was coordinated by Seton Hill University student Alyssa Sanow, with guidance from faculty member John Spurlock, professor of history.

Students participating in the Undergraduate Humanities Conference included: Joe Catalano of Greensburg, Pa., “The Operations of Nonprofit Theatres in Great Britain: A Financial Standpoint,” Alex Christoff of Greensburg, Pa., “A Common Goal-El Camino de Santiago,” Daniella Choynowski of Lancaster, Pa., “Paris Trance: Experiment in Journalism and Religious Transcendence” and “Joe Orton’s Loot: The Process of Scenic Design,” Anne Dolfi of Waynesburg, Pa., “The Art of Wedding Planning: Becoming a Bridal Consultant,” Lauren Dorsch of Mt. Airy, Md., “Ecotourism: Discovering Our Past, Preserving Our Future,” Erica Gearhart of Lower Burrell, Pa., “Writing it Their Way: The Necessity, Benefits, and Success of Creative Writing Programs for Young People,” Hallie Geary of Tarrs, Pa., “The Halloween Harvest Party: History, Culture, Candy,” Ashley Griffith of Berlin, Pa., “Massacre of Nanking,” Matt Henderson of Irwin, Pa., “The Eco-Play, or Theatre in the Woods,” Nicholas Howatch of Forty Fort, Pa., “Effects of tert-butyl hydroperoxide on wild type and DNA-repair deficient Saccharomyces,” Bethany Merryman of Erie, Pa., “Degas and Valadon: Feminism in Late 19th Century French Art,” Lauren Peightel of Reedsville, Pa., “The Havemeyer Collection: A Closer Look at Louisine Havemeyer and Mary Cassatt,” Marie Salguero of Ebensburg, Pa., “Art with the ARC of Westmoreland County,” Alyssa Sanow of Leesburg, Pa., “Spanish American War,” Gabby Scanga of Gibsonia, Pa., “Autistic Expressions,” Christine Scholl of Johnstown, Pa., “Bauhaus in Weimar,” Mike Washington of Pittsburgh, Pa., “The Dimerization Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Cyclopentadiene by NMR,” and Stephanie Wytovich of Scenery Hill, Pa., “Artistic Collaboration: Alfred Stieglitz and Georgia O’Keefe.”