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.
The Celebration ’15 Planning Committee sponsored the second Outstanding Faculty Mentor for Undergraduate Research & Creative Activity Award. The purpose of this award is to acknowledge publicly that faculty member who best embodies what is involved in being an outstanding mentor for students engaged in these activities.
The Committee received the names of over 35 faculty mentors and, based on the students’ heartfelt responses to the survey questions, and with a special eye to those mentors who engaged their students in independent research, published and/or presented at conferences with their students, and who generally went beyond what faculty members normally do as teachers and advisors, narrowed the list to one, Associate Professor of Biology Steven James. Read more.
Learn more about Gettysburg College's Carnegie Foundation Community Engagement classification.