The Student Scholarly Engagement (SSE) Program
Gettysburg College seeks to build a scholarly community by engaging and supporting students in research and creative pursuits inside and outside of the classroom, the goal being to develop within those students intellectual curiosity, a capacity for contemplating deeper questions, and a commitment to life-long learning.
To this end, the College’s SSE program has as its focus two main functions:
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Faculty-nominated students have been invited to present their projects at the UROC - Undergraduate Research On the Cycle showcase in the Majestic Theater lobby on April 4th beginning at 4:30 pm. The research projects correlate with the Gettysburg Cycle theme, Year of Food. Following the Showcase, plenary speaker, Bryant Terry will deliver an interactive lecture, "Food Justice: At the Intersection of Food, Politics, Poverty, Public Health, and the Environment" at 7:00 pm. Admission to the Bryant Terry lecture is free with Gettysburg College ID. Contact the Majestic Theater Box Office for ticket information.
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The 9th Annual Celebration Colloquium will take place on May 5 & 6. Every student is invited to share their faculty-mentored research at this, the largest undergraduate research event on campus. Posters, Panels, Performances, Art Projects and Short Films will be presented across campus giving students the opportunity to share their work
Deadline for Celebration Colloquium Registration and editing
2016-2017 SSE Calendar (doc)