Scholars Week 2019 - Schedule of Events

Monday, March 18

College of Education (COE) Scholars Day - COE Poster Presentations, 3:30-5:15 pm, COE 164. [Informational flyer (pdf)]

COE Distinguished Scholar's Session: "Opening up Pathways in Education: Diversity in STEM" Panel Discussion, 5:30 pm, COE 160. [Informational flyer (pdf)]

Tuesday, March 19

College of Basic and Applied Sciences Scholars Day - CBAS Poster Presentations, 10:30-1:30 pm, Science Building Atrium.

College of Media and Entertainment - An Interview with Julien Baker
(indie singer/songwriter), 4:00 pm, BAS State Farm Room S102.

Wednesday, March 20

College of Media and Entertainment: Scholars Day Faculty Presentation Reception, 11:00 am-2:00 pm, Student Union Room 224.

College of Liberal Arts Scholars Day - Presentations, panels, and performances. View the CLA Schedule and Program (pdf).

CLA Speech Contest - Department of Communication Studies, 4:00 pm, Todd Hall 204
 - See for more details.

College of Media and Entertainment: Health Across Disciplines
, Panel on Health Research and Awareness, 6:00-7:30 pm. BAS 276.

Friday, March 22

Scholars Week University-Wide Poster Exposition, 12:40-3:15, Student Union Ballroom (2nd floor). This event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. Other scheduled performances: 

12:00 (10 min. excerpts) Katie Goodwin and cast of Spring Awakening
12:50 (5 min tuba-percussion work) Chris Combest and Brian Mueller performing “Get it!” by Gene Koshinski (b. 1980)
2:15-2:45 (dance) Left Behind. Kadie Cooper, Jaimie Flores, Koura Wright, and Lauren Zachary performing Marsha Barsky’s Left Behind

College of Media and Entertainment: 48 Hours Game Design Jam, Friday at 5:00 pm through Sunday March 24, at 5:00 pm. Miller Education Center, Room 2600.

March 25-April 5

Walker Library Scholars Week Poster Exhibit