PORTSMOUTH, Ohio — Shawnee State University’s Celebration of Scholarship is in its 10th year and features student research and special projects from fields of study across campus. This year’s event will be held on Wednesday, March 26 and Thursday, March 27.
The Celebration of Scholarship is an opportunity for students to present academic work in a formal setting, receive feedback from faculty and scholars in the field, exchange ideas with other scholars and build a resumé.
Students will be presenting research, creative work and study abroad programs with oral and poster presentations. The event culminates with a university-wide campus cook-in.
Provost David Todt will host a dinner to honor the students who are participating during the Celebration of Scholarship, faculty and invited guests.
The keynote speaker is Cynthia Clark, Ph.D./RN from Idaho who will be speaking on controversial issues of incivility and bullying in academic and practice environments at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, March 26, in the Clark Memorial Library Flohr Lecture Hall. She is an award-winning professor in the School of Nursing at Boise State University and the Founder of Civility Matters®.
Students will present a variety of topics and current issues from different cultures, mathematical challenges, health services, art projects and video projects to education, economic challenges, gender issues, technology, social issues, history, elderly issues, geology and mammal diversity and many more subjects of interest.
The closing lecture will be “Research in Unconventional Settings: Video Games and Cell Phones as Applied Research Area” with Jeffrey Kuznekoff, Ph,D., co-author of “The Impact of Mobile Phone Usage on Student Learning” and “Communication in multiplayer gaming: Examining player responses to gender cues.” He will be speaking at the Clark Memorial Library at 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 27. Kuznekoff is an adjunct faculty member in the School of Communication Studies at Ohio University.
Celebration of Scholarship presentations are free and open to the public. More detailed descriptions of the session presentations can be found at www.shawnee.edu/cos.
For more information, contact Shannon Lawson at 740-351-3295 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.