Undergraduate Student Symposium

Students Sharing Creative Ideas, Research and Discoveries

Thursday - Friday April 17-18, 2008
All Events are Free of Charge and Open to the Public

Symposium Keynote Presentation

Thursday, April 17, 7:00 PM

Prochnow Auditorium, Building 3, North Campus

Keynote Address:
Meeting the Global Challenges That Will Shape Our Future
Andrew Rosenthal, Editorial Page Editor NY Times

What is Northern Arizona University Doing to Prepare its Students for the Future?
The Seven Revolutions Project.
Felice Nudelman, Director of Education NY Times
Erik Peterson, Seven Revolutions, Center for Strategic and International Studies

College Specific Events & Activities

College of Engineering and Natural Sciences

Celebrating Undergraduate Research & Design

Thursday, April 17, 5:00 PM
Applied Research and Development Building, Building 56, Central Campus

Reception for CENS Alumni, Faculty, and Friends

Friday, April 18, 8:30 AM - 4:00PM
duBois Center, Building 64, South Campus

Student Poster and Oral Presentations

11:45 AM - Lunch for all participants and faculty sponsors

Keynote Address:
Laura Roberts, Class of 93, CEO Pantheon Chemical

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Celebrating Student Achievement

Friday, April 18
Peaks Ballroom at the High Country Conference Center, North Campus

1:30 PM Student Poster Presentations
2:30 PM College Awards
3:00 PM Individual Academic Department Activities

Please join us as we acknowledge the fine achievement of our students and present our awards and scholarships

Students are encouraged to invite family or a favorite faculty member

Light refreshments will be served

College of Health & Human Services

Honors Day

Thursday, April 17, 8:00 - 11:00 AM
du Bois Center Ballroom, Building 64, South Campus

Undergraduate and Graduate Poster Presentations

Student of the Year Awards

Keynote Speakers:
Dr. Betty Brown, Assistant Professor, Health Sciences
Dr. Karen Plager, Associate Professor, School of Nursing

"Field Study Course in Public and Environmental Health in Kenya: The NAU Experience"

W. A. Franke College of Business / School of Hotel and Restaurant Management

Celebration of Student Success

Friday, April 18, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
The W. A. Franke College of Business, Building 81, South Campus,
Eugene M. Hughes Hotel & Restaurant Management, Building 33A, North Campus

Student Posters Sessions

School of Forestry - In Partnership with the Ecological Restoration Institute

Celebration of Student Achievement in Forestry Research and Practice

Friday, April 18, 1:00 PM 4:00 PM
Southwest Forest Science Complex, Building 82, South Campus

Student Poster Sessions:
Forestry, Ecological Restoration, Indigenous Sisterhood of Interdisciplinary

Art Exhibits: Forestry and Ecological Restoration Students, Grand Canyon Mural

College of Arts and Letters

Humanities Capstone Research Projects, 2008

Friday, April 18

10AM - 3PM
School of Art, BFA student shows
Beasley Art Gallery, Building 37, Central Campus

10AM 12PM
School of Art, Interior Design Program: Revisioning Historic Restoration
The Dean's Conference Room, Riles, Building 15, North Campus

12:30 PM 2 PM
Department of Humanities, Arts and Religion: Student Capstone Projects
Open Space, Riles, Building 15, North Campus

1-3 PM
"Wunderkammer Exhibition Project"
Northern Arizona University Art Museum
Old Main, Building 10, North Campus

2:30 PM 3:30 PM
Department of History: Student Presentation "History and the Web," By Stephani Roberts.
Open Space, Riles Building, Building 15, North Campus

7:30 PM
School of Music: The NAU Chamber Orchestra presents Masterworks No. 6 Concert. A Bohemian Rhapsody featuring the music of Bartok, Dvorak and Marcello.
Ardrey Auditorium, Building 37A, Central Campus

7:30 PM
Theatre: Production of The Miser by Moliere
Clifford White Theatre, Building 37, Central Campus

College of Education

Research and Practice in Developing Learning Professionals

Friday, April 18, 11:00 AM 1:00 PM
Eastburn Education Center, Main Lobby, Building 27, North Campus

Student Poster and Oral Presentations

Public Parking

Day parking available at parking lots and garages on Pine Knoll Drive, Riordan Road, and Knoles Drive. High Country Conference Center parking garage available for Thursday evening's presentation at Prochnow Auditorium.

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