LEWISTON, Idaho – The 10th Annual Lewis-Clark State College Research Symposium will be held May 4-6 at the Williams Conference Center. The symposium is free of charge and attendance from both the campus community and the public is encouraged.
Hundreds of students from a variety of divisions across campus will present over the course of three days. Other highlights of the program include keynote addresses, an environmental studies panel, and a poster session.
Retired Gonzaga University professor and life coach Tina Geithner will provide the first of two keynote speeches, titled “Research: Life Lessons,” on May 4. On May 5, Erin Logue, a clinical neuropsychologist, will speak on “The What, When, Why, and How of Clinical Neuropsychology.” Both presentations are scheduled from 12-12:50 p.m.
On May 6, the Research Symposium will feature the Environmental Studies Research and Teaching Panel from 12-12:50 p.m. Panel members are LCSC professors Laura Earles (sociology), Rachel Jameton (chemistry), Nancy Johnston (chemistry), and Peter Remien (English).
The poster session, also on May 6, will include presentations from the Hells Canyon Institute, the LCSC Teaching & Learning Center, and the psychology, and biology and Chemistry programs at Lewis-Clark State. In addition, a Faculty Showcase will highlight the research, writing, and other scholarly work of LCSC faculty.
The posters will be available for viewing at the Williams Conference Center during all three days of the symposium, and students and faculty will be available for questions from 1-3 p.m. on May 6.