ACU Presenters at Regional Honors Conference

for immediate release April 14, 1998

Dr. Chris Willerton, director of the Abilene Christian University Honors Program, and two student representatives will attend the spring meeting of the Great Plains Honors Council at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, April 16-19.

The students are Terri Beth Teaschner, environmental science major from Dimmitt, Texas, and Shelly Bagga, accounting and international business major from Grand Junction, Colo.

Willerton and other honors administrators will give presentations on "Helping Students Connect Through Technology" and "Student Creativity with Technology."

Teaschner's research presentation is "A Wildlife Management Plan for a Farm in the Texas Panhandle." Bagga's is a literary analysis, "Trilogy of Oppression."

Willerton is co-chair of the Technology and Honors Committee for the National Collegiate Honors Council and is immediate past president of the Great Plains Honors Council.

Teaschner is the GPHC student representative to the national organization. Teaschner and Bagga serve on the Student Honors Cabinet for the ACU Honors Program.

The Great Plains Honors Council serves collegiate honors programs in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska.


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