Student soloists from the Music Department were featured in a concert on Sunday, April 24, in Grey Towers Castle. Photo by Samantha Simmons.
The International Peace and Conflict Resolution Professional Exchange was held Saturday, April 23, in Grey Towers Castle. The event showcased student's capstone presentations and a keynote address by Mr. Kai Peter Stabell. Photo by Chlesea Wilf.
Biology, Chemistry, Psychology, and Sport Psychology students present in the Kuch Center Alumni Gymnasium.
Avani Shah presents her findings on cell death and Parkinson's Disease.
Kara Fisher presents her Psychology Capstone, which explored the difference between Frontotemporal Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease.
Frederick Nitchie IV researched envy and jealousy for his Psychology Capstone.
History, Political Science, and International Studies majors present in the Commons Great Room.
Jordan Morgan presents his Political Science Capstone on healthcare in the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Taylor Schmid's English Capstone took an in-depth look at Albert Camus' The Stranger.
Alison Wolf reads from the children's book she created for her Communications Capstone.
Video Communications student Sulamar Bagnell created a documentary on Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership Stephen Tyson '13M (who presented his Educational Leadership capstone project at a separate event).
Francesca Mayr displays her Graphic Design capstone project in the Art Gallery.
A combination of graphic design, photography, painting and pottery is on display in the Painting Studio.
Gabriella Santoro's Scientific Illustration project "Let's Get Twisted" is on display at the Spruance Art Center.