Cardinal Colloquium: A Celebration of Research and Creative Work
Friday, April 26, 2013
Otterbein University's 2nd annual Cardinal Colloquium is a celebration of the exciting research and creative achievements of our graduate and undergraduate students.
The day features student work in a range of disciplines and departments including public health, biology, music, literature, psychology, nutrition, chemistry, nursing, gender studies, business and creative writing.
Students will present their work in a variety of formats: performances, poster sessions, exhibits and panel presentation.
View the abstracts of these presentations.
9:15-10:30 a.m. || Plenary Address and Creative Performance, Riley Auditorium |
| || Creative Performance by Alex Hayes (junior Music major) |
| || Performance of "Four Rotations for Marimba II" by Eric Sammut for unaccompanied marimba |
| || Keynote Speaker, Dr. Josh Grimm, '03, Assistant Professor, Manship School of Communication at Louisiana State University |
| || Topic: "Studying Race and Exploring Research: My Journey, Your Future, and Our University" |
|10:30 a.m.-12:00 noon || Poster Session, Science Center (light refreshments available) |
|12:00 noon-1:00 p.m. || Student-Alumni Mentoring/Networking Luncheon in Roush Hall (invitation only) |
|1:15-2:30 p.m. || Panel Sessions, Science Center |
/ Archive of Past Programs 2012
/Cardinal Colloquium Programming Committee
Wendy Sherman Heckler