From ancient Greek drama to cutting-edge science to student-produced films, Gettysburg College students showcased their research and creative activities Saturday, May 2.
Presentations and performances took place across campus throughout the day. Photo galleries and numerous videos hint at the wide range of students' efforts. A list of performances and presentations is at www.gettysburg.edu/celebration.
This year's event inaugurated what will become an annual tradition of celebrating undergraduate research and creative activities.
A few of the students and
their topics include:
David Neagley, tropical diseases, video
Madeline Shepherd, evolution and creationism, video
Marc Fialkoff, green chemistry, video
Students Anne Marie Wheeler, Michael DeLue, Daniel Sprague, and Jessica Marshall presented on a new publication they helped found, Accent: The Gettysburg College Journal for the Languages.
Students Jackie Powell, Dana Meyer, Rene Romig, Amy Robandt, filmed a documentary about child cemetery workers while studying in Bolivia through the School for International Training.
The event also included an exhibition by senior Anukul Gurung, who devoted sales of his images to supporting a school in his home nation of Nepal.
Gettysburg College is a highly selective four-year residential college of liberal arts and sciences. With a student body of approximately 2,500, it is located on a 200-acre campus adjacent to the Gettysburg National Military Park in Pennsylvania. The college was founded in 1832.
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