Grad Showcase 2012 Focuses on Grad Student Research
On April 10, 2012, the Office of Graduate Studies hosted the second Graduate Showcase in the Hager-Lubbers Exhibition Hall and Loosemore Auditorium. The showcase offered graduate students a unique opportunity to present their research and professional experiences. Graduate program directors selected the most accomplished students from their programs to present at the Showcase.
From 3:30-4:30 PM, students from the following programs displayed their posters and discussed their research projects with guests in the Hager-Lubbers Exhibition Hall: Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Biostatistics, Business Administration, Cell and Molecular Biology, Communications, Computer Information Systems, Criminal Justice, Education, Engineering, English, Medical and Bioinformatics, Nursing, Physical Therapy, Public Administration, and Social Work.
At 4:30 PM, the event moved to the Loosemore Auditorium for the keynote address by Dr. James Shiveley, the Condit Endowed Professor in the Department of Teacher Education at Miami University in Oxford, OH. Dr. Shively spoke about personal and professional growth, and the importance of doing what makes one happy in his or her career.
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