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- 04/14/15--12:03: Student artwork chosen to market research forum
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- 04/27/17--17:06: Students, faculty show off research at Celebration of Scholarship
A poster by Krysten Farrier, art freshman, and a postcard design by Aaron Campbell, art junior, were chosen as marketing tools for the Celebration of Scholarship, honoring the research of students and faculty. The students made their designs as part of a project in their Computers for Artists class, according to Jennifer Yucus, who teaches […]
The spring 2015 Celebration of Scholarship will kick off April 28 with graduate student and faculty presentations, and continue until April 30 with more presentations from undergraduates, and a panel, as well as an award ceremony and a wind ensemble concert. The applications for students or faculty to present at the event were due April 6, […]
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As part of the growing undergraduate research program, students and faculty spend months researching new ideas or learning new approaches for old ideas. Along the way, they compete for thousands of dollars in prize money and present their projects at different forums worldwide. The fifth annual Celebration of Scholarship held in 2016 gave undergraduate students, […]
BY THE NUMBERS Faculty and graduate student podium presentations | 19 Faculty and graduate student poster presentations | 6 Undergraduate podium presentations | 37 Undergraduate poster presentations | 33 FROM PARTICIPANTS Kenneth Shanks, senior photography and presenter | “I choose to participate because of EURECA and also the monetary benefits. I’m showing this presentation in […]
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The Department of Music University Wind Ensemble performed four pieces, closing out the Celebration of Scholarship, Thursday April 27. The 36-member band filled the stage in Akin Auditorium. The band members were dressed in all black, their brass and woodwind instruments making a stark contrast against their clothing. As they sat on stage, focused and ready to […]
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