Student Poster and Presentation Day 2014

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Event

Location

McCarthy College Center

Start Date

2-5-2014 9:00 AM

End Date

2-5-2014 7:00 PM

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Introductory note from the program:

Today marks our third great celebration of student scholarly work and faculty support. As students, you have taken special initiative to understand something deeply, and you have worked by the side of your faculty who have spent their time sharing with you their academic fields and expertise. They have done so because they care about you and your success, and they are optimistic about the future they see in you. Today, the steps you have taken to understand your chosen field and how it makes progress will open many doors for you as you move into your professions and careers. Your work and future work, also, will improve life for others in multiple ways — improving healthcare; enlivening the arts; creating new strategies for people to understand their own behavior and that of others; enabling businesses to thrive; teaching people of all ages; caring for the planet; and making discoveries in the sciences that matter. Keep learning. Keep working. Thank your professors, and continue to expect a lot of yourselves. This is a significant moment. We are proud of you. Congratulations!

To Professor Karen Druffel, Professor Brianna Plummer, Dr. Bridgett Galvin, Dr. Ruth Remington and our faculty who serve the university through the Center for Excellence in Learning, Teaching, Scholarship and Service, thank you for your hard work and success in making this event happen. Great work! And to our faculty who have mentored these students who are here today, what a community you have created! Clearly something to celebrate. Thank you.

Linda Vaden-Goad, Ph.D.
Vice President for Academic Affairs

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Sponsored by CELTSS and the Office of Academic Affairs. Hosted by CELTSS and the Fashion Design & Retailing Department.

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May 2nd, 9:00 AM May 2nd, 7:00 PM

Third Annual Student Poster and Presentation Day

McCarthy College Center

Introductory note from the program:

Today marks our third great celebration of student scholarly work and faculty support. As students, you have taken special initiative to understand something deeply, and you have worked by the side of your faculty who have spent their time sharing with you their academic fields and expertise. They have done so because they care about you and your success, and they are optimistic about the future they see in you. Today, the steps you have taken to understand your chosen field and how it makes progress will open many doors for you as you move into your professions and careers. Your work and future work, also, will improve life for others in multiple ways — improving healthcare; enlivening the arts; creating new strategies for people to understand their own behavior and that of others; enabling businesses to thrive; teaching people of all ages; caring for the planet; and making discoveries in the sciences that matter. Keep learning. Keep working. Thank your professors, and continue to expect a lot of yourselves. This is a significant moment. We are proud of you. Congratulations!

To Professor Karen Druffel, Professor Brianna Plummer, Dr. Bridgett Galvin, Dr. Ruth Remington and our faculty who serve the university through the Center for Excellence in Learning, Teaching, Scholarship and Service, thank you for your hard work and success in making this event happen. Great work! And to our faculty who have mentored these students who are here today, what a community you have created! Clearly something to celebrate. Thank you.

Linda Vaden-Goad, Ph.D.
Vice President for Academic Affairs

 

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