This annual event on the Gettysburg College campus is, indeed, a celebration—bringing together a wide range of engaged and energized students as they showcase their great work in thesis research, independent study, coursework, study abroad, community and public service, and visual, performing, and studio arts.
How does the size of our hands affect our perception of objects? Will artificial intelligence surpass human intelligence? These are just a couple of the questions students tackled and presented at the eighth annual Celebration, an annual colloquium showcasing undergraduate research, creative activity, and community engagement. Read more
The Celebration '16 Planning Committee is happy to announce the winners of the Celebration '16 Artwork Contest. Students were invited to submit original, unpublished works in any medium that reflect Celebration's mission to promote research, creative activity, and community engagement.
Bethany Hotlz '16 won 1st place with her digital photograph, "Into the Deep Blue" This jelly fish pictured here were captured while volunteering in the Fish and Invertebrate Department at the Adventure Aquarium in New Jersey as part of a series of photos taken for her Art Studio Project.
Zoe Yeoh '18 submitted an oil on canvas painting, "Irish Landscape" that was selected as the runner up winner. Zoe's strong interest in scientific illustration, as this field directly ties into her dual passion in science and art.
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