Babies are pint-sized moral philosophers? It may not be such a silly question. In her senior project, Karli Oxford-Jordan ’17, equipped with puppet shows and parent questionnaires, is determined to explore morality in babies as young as four months.
Jacob Ebbs '16 uses a variety of lenses to study human nature.
Flannery Currin ’19, who once dreaded computer courses, is pursuing a career in human-computer interaction and quality of life technology.