Each semester, the department hosts a colloquia series to discuss novel concepts, emerging theories, and new ideas. The spirit behind this series is to provide a venue for friendly and focused discussion.
In the fall, faculty present their work, which is critiqued by students who are selected by the faculty. In the spring, we invite students to present their work, which is critiqued by their peers.
Students are encourages to participate both as commentators and presenters, as well as to attend talks. Participation in this sort of event looks good on graduate school applications, resumes, and letters of recommendation.
If you are interested in presenting your work or commenting on someone else's work, please contact Kimberly Blessing.
The faculty-student colloquia began in spring 2006. The goals of this series are to:
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