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Register Now for Student Scholarship and Creative Work Symposium

February 23, 2017

In April, the St. John Fisher College campus community will have a chance to celebrate undergraduate and graduate student scholars during the first-ever Student Scholarship and Creative Work Symposium.

A student presents research at a conference.

Online registration is now open for the event, which is scheduled for the afternoon of Friday, April 28.

Organizers hope to showcase the work of student scholars through this cross-disciplinary event, which will recognize all forms of scholarship; promote conversations across Schools, disciplines, and departments; and enrich the intellectual vitality of the College.

“We anticipate strong campus-wide participation, as well as attendance by our students’ families, prospective students, alumni, and community partners,” said Dr. Kristin Picardo, director of the Center for Student Scholarship, Research, and Creative Work, the lead sponsor of the symposium. “We encourage the campus community to engage in this enriching experience and to share in the celebration of our students’ work.”

The event is made possible through the support of the Center’s advisory group, which includes Dr. Lynn Donahue, Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement; Dr. Tim Franz, School of Arts and Sciences; Dr. Monica Hodis, School of Business; Dr. Sebastien Lazardeux, School of Arts and Sciences; Dr. Barb Lowe, School of Arts and Sciences; Dr. Melinda Lull, Wegmans School of Pharmacy; Dr. Eileen Lynd-Balta, Provost’s Office; Dr. Christine Nelson-Tuttle, Wegmans School of Nursing; Michelle Price, Lavery Library; Dr. Whitney Rapp, Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education; Dr. Wendi Sierra, School of Arts and Sciences; and student representative Karl Deuble ’17, a political science and legal studies major.

Registration for the symposium closes on Friday, March 3. For more information about the Center and symposium, email kpicardo@sjfc.edu.