As the spring semester comes to a close, students prepare to share their engaged learning experiences during the Engaged Learning Showcase.
The Engaged Learning Showcase is made of various events held across campus and online. It encompasses a wide array of student engaged learning, including capstone courses, civic engagement, creative activities, global learning, internships and professional work, leadership, project-based learning, and undergraduate research.
Two events, Student Research and Creative Activities Day and the Internship Showcase, will take place this Friday, April 22, giving students the opportunity to share their accomplishments and hard work with others.
Those attending the Student Research and Creative Activities Day have the opportunity to attend presentations on research and creative projects of students from several programs, including the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP), Diversity Scholars Research Program (DSRP), Diversity Scholars Intensive Research Experience (DSIRE), and the Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Institute (MURI).