April 3 Monday

NOONtime Concert by School of Music’s Percussion Ensemble!                      Directed by Christopher Butler                                                                                   12-1PM Guyon Auditorium Rotunda

Percussion improvisation by faculty and students from the School of Music.  Bring your lunch, grab a coffee at Delyte’s Coffee Bar, or just chill in an oversized chair as School of Music faculty and students fill Morris Library’s Guyon Rotunda with sweet sounds.

The 15th Annual Undergraduate Creative Activities and Research Forum    Student Center Ballrooms

Poster judging is in two sessions:  830 to 1030AM, 1030AM to 1230PM

Open session for the public from 1 to 3PM

Awards  presentation at 3PM

The Material IMAGE: Microscopy in the Archive                                                Official Opening!                                                                                                   330PM, Guyon Auditorium and Rotunda   

With a gallery talk given by Sarah Prindle, Fine Arts Librarian, and Rajesh Balaraman, PhD Candidate and Graduate Assistant at IMAGE Center (Integrated Microscopy and Graphics Expertise) about the images in the exhibit, and how they were photographed.

Find a detailed description of the event and the exhibition here!

SUPER SALUKI EVENT of the DAY!                                                                    DAWG Talks”                                                                                                            430PM, Guyon Auditorium, Morris Library

Graduate and Undergraduate students tell the stories of their research and why they’re fascinated by it–it’s the human side of their research. Very similar in style of TED Talks . . . but with an Saluki twist.

This session was coordinated with the help of Dr. Craig Engstrom, Assistant Professor in Communication Studies, and Rodrigo Carramiñana, Director of the Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities.