- Students and staff across campus cheered on presenters, while cast members from the current Augustana theatre production touted their set designer's work.
- — Augie Success Center (@AugieSuccess)Sat, Apr 08 2017 15:15:13Congratulations to students presenting at the Augustana Symposium today! Stop by to view their work in Humanities from 11 am - 2:30 pm.
- Keynote speaker Dr. David Myers, a professor from Hope College in Holland, Michigan, kicked off the day by stressing the importance of critical thinking skills.
- — Mikkelsen Library (@AugieLibrary)Sat, Apr 08 2017 16:29:34
- Attendees live-tweeted what they learned from student presentations and poster sessions.
- — Alexandra Peterson (@AlexandraPeter5)Sat, Apr 08 2017 16:43:54The study hypothesized that athletes would have better sleep quality and less stress #augiejourno
- — Alexandra Peterson (@AlexandraPeter5)Sat, Apr 08 2017 16:48:13Their results found that sleep quality and stress levels had no signficiant relationship with exercise #augiejourno
- The Humanities concourse was abuzz during poster sessions, and some classrooms were filled to the back.
- — Alexandra Peterson (@AlexandraPeter5)Sat, Apr 08 2017 18:24:33
- You know that feeling when your professor sits in on your presentation? It looks something like this.
Ideas flowed in person and on social media at Augustana's own academic conference, the 2017 Arthur Olsen Student Research Symposium. More than 70 students from each of Augustana's academic divisions presented their undergraduate research findings at the event Saturday, April 8.
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