Posted on April 5, 2012 by Christopher Thrall

Since 1994, Augustana has organized a symposium at the end of each term in which undergraduate students conducting independent work for credit can present their research findings.  Classes that have conducted CSL projects are able to present their community work in this context as well. This year features a host of fascinating subjects, with 50+ student …

Since 1994, Augustana has organized a symposium at the end of each term in which undergraduate students conducting independent work for credit can present their research findings.  Classes that have conducted CSL projects are able to present their community work in this context as well.

This year features a host of fascinating subjects, with 50+ student presentations, posters and creative works. Don’t miss Cynicism and Helplessness in Civic and Political Engagement, Toward an Ecofeminist Epistemology, Radio Station CFCW: Its early years in Camrose and The Canadian Wheat Boom!

Find the SAC schedule here and plan your night!



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