The Lewis University Celebration of Scholarship is a symposium to celebrate research, scholarly work and creative endeavors of Lewis students and faculty. Work created in 2013 and 2014 will be eligible for consideration.
It is a rich opportunity for students to present scholarly work to a student, faculty, and staff audience to celebrate the academic excellence that is central to the Mission of the University. Undergraduate and graduate students in any major are encouraged to submit posters, present a paper at a concurrent session, or present a creative work.
As Lewis University enters its 9th decade, it is fitting that we communicate across the campus the ideas and scholarly work that is shared every day in the classroom. Follow this web site for continued updates throughout the coming months.
All student projects must be developed under direction of a faculty mentor. If you have any questions, please consult with your faculty mentor. Submissions require formal approval by your faculty mentor.
Any piece that has been written, published or produced in a fine arts field, music, art, theatre, literary reading, poetry, etc. should be considered a creative work. Please consult the application for additional details.
Research posters will feature the results of individual research projects, internships, and class presentations. Please consult the application for additional details.
Students and faculty are encouraged to give a 15 minute presentation on a research topic or paper they have written. There will be time for Q and A.
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Scholarship takes many forms and occurs in every academic discipline.
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This will help you organize your thoughts so that you may write a good abstract.