WHAT: The Senior Symposium is a day-long conference that provides the opportunity for HWS Seniors and Masters of Arts in Teaching (MAT) students to present their intellectual passions to the HWS community. Students present on concurrent interdisciplinary panels that are moderated by HWS faculty and, typically, there are 3-4 concurrent panels throughout the day.
WHO PRESENTS: HWS Seniors and MAT students are invited to present on a variety of topics, from academic research and projects to co-curricular, community service, and study abroad experiences.
WHO ATTENDS: This event is open to all. Members of the HWS and Geneva community, as well as family and friends of presenters are invited to attend. Senior Symposium presenters are HWS Senior and MAT students.
All HWS students, faculty, and staff and the Geneva community are invited to attend the panel presentations. In addition, HWS faculty and staff assist in the event by sponsoring students, moderating panels, and running abstract or presentation workshops. Please see the side panel for more information about how to participate, present, or attend.
WHERE AND WHEN: The Senior Symposium takes place every April in the Melly Academic Center and Library. This year, the Senior Symposium will be held on Friday, April 15, 2016. Please see the side panels for more information about how to participate, present, or attend.
The 2016 Senior Symposium is Friday, April 15.
- Registration Procedures
- Abstract Guidelines
- Abstract Preparation Workshops
- Presentation Workshops
- Information for Faculty Sponsors
Questions or Suggestions:
Contact Ruth Shields at firstname.lastname@example.org or (315) 781-3959