Many Commonwealth Honors Scholars took part in the Celebration of Scholarship at Worcester State University. Plan to join us next year if you did not get a chance to present at this year’s special event.
Here is the announcement of the celebration:
Worcester, Mass.) — Over 90 exhibits of research and creativity by Worcester State University students and faculty will be on display at the fourth annual Celebration of Scholarship and Creativity, Wednesday, April 20th.
- Growth patterns of baby Northern Red-bellied Cooters (an endangered species of turtles) currently being fostered in our Biology Department
- How GIS is used to identify areas vulnerable to future infestation of Asian Longhorned Beetles
- The relationship between nutrient-laden runoff and the frequency of Red Tide
- How social participation affects recovery from alcoholism
- The design and construction of a Victorian costume consisting of a long-sleeved bodice with high collar and pleated back, draped overskirt, floor-length underskirt, and ruffled petticoat.
This all-day event will feature panel presentations throughout campus from 10:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. and posters in the Blue Lounge and Exhibit Area of the Student Center from 3-5 p.m. For a full schedule of panel presentations, visit www.worcester.edu/research.
Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs Charles Cullum noted, “The celebration is a wonderful opportunity for the entire Worcester State community to share learning across the curriculum. I urge faculty members to encourage their students to attend this event and explore work from a variety of disciplines.”