Posted on November 25, 2013 by Christopher Thrall

Since 1994, Augustana has organized and hosted a symposium at the end of every term to recognize and celebrate undergraduate research. Held twice annually, the Student Academic Conference includes poster presentations, classroom discussions, as well as artistic, dramatic and musical presentations. The Conference is open to students who have engaged in independent research for credit, …

Since 1994, Augustana has organized and hosted a symposium at the end of every term to recognize and celebrate undergraduate research. Held twice annually, the Student Academic Conference includes poster presentations, classroom discussions, as well as artistic, dramatic and musical presentations. The Conference is open to students who have engaged in independent research for credit, as well as classes that have conducted Community Service-Learning projects.

Students, faculty, staff and the community are welcome to attend to learn about topics ranging from ideas, gender, history and the future across all of the different fields of study at Augustana.

The presentations are considered for Augustana’s Outstanding Independent Work award.

View the list of presenters and presentations on the Student Academic Conference web page.


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