On Monday, April 1st, between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. in Carter Hall, Graduate Studies will be hosting the second annual Graduate Student Colloquium, an event designed to celebrate the work of USI's graduate students.
This colloquium will celebrate revolutions and evolutions in art, administration, business, communication, education, history, language, literature, industrial management, medicine, nursing, occupational therapy, policy, politics, science, sport management, society, social work, technology, etc.
Papers/posters/performances on (r)evolutions of thought and (r)evolutions within a discipline that showcase work by students in the university’s graduate programs are welcome.
This event is open to undergraduate and graduate students and the public.
Faculty are encouraged to bring their classes to the event. Information tables on USI's graduate programs will be set up in Carter Hall.
More details to follow.
Contact Dr. Jessica Garcés Jensen for more information.
This event is sponsored by Graduate Studies and the Graduate Student Professional Network.