LCSC Research Symposium will be May 7-8
The public is invited to attend the second annual Lewis-Clark State College Research Symposium on May 7-8 at the Williams Conference Center.
The presentations will be held at 9 a.m.-4 p.m. each day and admission is free. Refreshments will be provided.
Participating this year from the Education, Humanities, Natural Sciences & Mathematics, Nursing & Health Sciences, and Social Sciences Divisions are the following programs: Biology, Communication, Chemistry, Earth Information Science, English, Kinesiology, Natural Science, Nursing , Psychology, Social Work, and Social Science.
There are four keynote presentations, two invited speaker presentations, and 108 student break-out and poster presentations this year, compared to 57 last year. The symposium schedule & student research journal website can be found at:
The Mission of the LCSC Research Symposium and Student Research Excellence Journal is to enhance student academic achievement, professional development and award research excellence by providing the opportunity for students to present their research in symposium and the opportunity to publish their research for students, faculty, staff, stakeholders and the community through an online research journal forum. A display of the current student authors will be on display at the symposium.
A display of the creative works of LC authors who have submitted to the Author Recognition program will be displayed in the foyer of the conference center. The website for the program can be found at: http://www.lcsc.edu/library/author_recognition/index.htm
The goal of the “Author Recognition” program is to provide a forum for faculty, administration, and staff to present their refereed publications each year including books, book chapters, journal articles, conference papers, patents, and media. An annual, ongoing compilation will be available for review from the Library website as well as other website links for faculty, administration, students, and the community to view the creative work of the LC community.
Faculty works, with permission, will be displayed at the Annual Senior Research Symposium.