Dr. Layton Field of the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice delivered this year's SPARC Festival's Distinguished Faculty Address.  The address titled, "Where Have All the Babies Gone?  Fertility Declines & the Science of Population Research,"  explored Dr. Field's recent research into the decling fertility rates around the world.  The SPARC Festival also featured over fifty SEHS students who presented their senior projects during the honor sessions, poster presentations, and lightning talk sessions.  Sociology major Jonathan Beitzell, C'17, was awarded the Most Outstanding Poster Presentation for the School of Education and Human Services for his work on the "Relationships between Mental Health Treatment Outcomes and Gender Role Incongruence in Local Jails."  Jessica Huhn, C'17, was awarded the Most Outstanding Lightning Talk for her talk on "Graphic Support of Content: Using Graphic Organizers to Aid Paragraphing and Transitions."