Celebrating Scholarship & Creativity Day
Undergraduate Research invites you to save the date for Virtual Celebrating Scholarship & Creativity Day 2021. As in years past, CSC Day will continue our tradition of recognizing and honoring the achievements of students, faculty, and staff who have undertaken significant research, scholarship, or creative works during this academic year. Presenters will have the option of presenting live on CSC Day via Zoom or submitting a pre-recorded presentation for our Virtual Large Poster Session.
Presentations will run from 8:30am on April 19 into the evening, with 4-5 live sessions scheduled each hour. Our Virtual Poster Session will be available for viewing all day. Key featured events this year will include:
CSC Day Kickoff with LLAS Conference Keynote on April 18 at 4pm:
We are thrilled to announce a special CSC Day Kick Off Keynote offered by the Latino and Latin American Studies Conference. Join us on Sunday, April 18 at 4pm for "Afro-descendants, Crises , and Resistance in Latin America" with Dr. Gladys Mitchell-Walthour. This event is free to the CSBSJU Campus Community - all are encouraged to attend! Register here.
Embrace Difference Series
New this year, CSC Day will include a special session highlighting research and creative work that aligns with our institutional learning goal of “Embrace Difference.” Presenters will have the option to be featured as part of the Embrace Difference series through designation on their registration form. Please note that is not a requirement to have projects relate to this theme; all scholarly and creative work is welcome.
Becoming Community Celebration
To celebrate the recent work of the Becoming Community grant for transformative inclusion, members of Dialogue Groups will offer a panel presentation about their varied action plans for institutional change at CSB/SJU, working to build equity in many different ways.
Interested in presenting at CSC Day 2021? Want a sneak peek at the event schedule? Check out our Jumpstart Session:
Parking information is listed on each campus map.
Lunch will be available on the CSB campus at the Gorecki Dining Center, the Good to Go, and McGlynn's. On the SJU campus lunch will be available at The Refectory and Sexton Commons Dining. If you would like to go off campus for lunch there are several places to eat in St. Joseph and in Avon.
In addition, some departments or programs have scheduled lunches or receptions. Presenters should check with their advisors for more information and guests with their hosts for the same information.