IGNITE’s participating students will ignite your curiosity with their ingenuity and discovery, and have worked harder than ever to make this a truly memorable experience.
The 6th Annual Ignite Exhibition was held virtually on Thursday, April 29th, 2021
Art + Design
Presenters: Giselle Castro, Jeanette Dick, Taylor Drain, Kiarra Facey, Nicholas Flannery, Davin, Johnson, Carl Lorenz, Rebecca Rivera & Jade Alexis Westhoven
Presenters: College Fed Challenge 2020, XLAB 2020 & IBESCC Case Study Team
Presenters: Kathryn Cambrea, Suzanne Clarke, Ryan Collins, Katherine Cording, Daniel Costello, Andrew Dacuba, Ibrahim Elayan, Melissa Etter, Ally Gauzza, Maria Henriquez, Gianna LaRosa, Katrina Ott, Reagan Prior & Gabriella Testa
Presenters: Elizabeth Collins, Gianna Galu & Abagaile Kimbrell
Presenters: Giana Agri, Katie Bertussi, Phoebe E. Hemmerling, Samantha Nierer, Samantha Pisano & Isabella Szklany
Ignite your curiosity. Ignite your imagination.
Ignite is a celebration of our undergraduate students, their research, and their creativity as demonstrated in a variety of disciplines across campus. Each year, these presentations showcase the outstanding caliber of our undergraduate students at St. Thomas Aquinas College. We hope that this annual exhibition will ignite a passion for discovery and ingenuity in all of our students for years to come.
The projects also demonstrate the ongoing commitment of our faculty to supporting undergraduate research. As is true of the professors who support them, these students, through their work, hold the potential to contribute positively to the world. Each student who participates in the Ignite program has benefitted from mentoring provided by our exceptional faculty, and we thank the faculty for their efforts on behalf of these students.
For more information on the Ignite program, please contact Nina Bellisio, Director, Azarian McCullough Art Gallery and Associate Professor of Visual Communications at [email protected], Dr. Craig Martin, Professor of Religious Studies at [email protected], or Dr. Ryan Wynne, Professor of Biology and Director, Honors Program at [email protected].
FAQs for Student Presenters
FAQs for Faculty Mentors