SUPPORT IC STUDENTS PRESENTING AT THE 24TH ANNUAL JAMES J. WHALEN SYMPOSIUM, APRIL 19–21

Zoom in to hear IC students present their original research in a wide range of fields—business, physics, writing, poetry, health and wellness, social justice, communication, occupational and physical therapy, and many more—through virtual oral and poster presentations!

This year’s virtual symposium will be held on three evenings:

Monday, April 19, 4–7 pm (ET)

School of Humanities and Sciences
4–5 pm Block 1 Student Presentations
5–6 pm Block 2 Student Presentation
6 pm Closing Ceremony featuring a presentation by Eric Leibensperger, Assistant Professor, Physics and Astronomy, and IC Alum and finalist awards

Tuesday, April 20, 4–6 pm (ET)
Schools of Business, Communications, and Music
4–5 pm Block 1 Student Presentations
6 pm Closing Ceremony featuring a presentation by an IC Alum and finalist awards

Wednesday, April 21, 4–7 pm (ET)
School of Health Sciences and Human Performance
4–5 pm Block 1 – Student Presentations
5–6 pm Block 2 – Student Presentations
6 pm Closing Ceremony featuring a presentation by Betsy Keller, Professor, Exercise Science and Athletic Training, and finalist awards 

Faculty: Encourage your students to support their classmates, fellow students, and colleagues. Consider requiring them to attend and complete an assignment in which they share what they learned.

Staff: Support IC students by attending their presentations and poster sessions!

Students: Support your classmates and friends by attending their presentations and poster sessions!

To view the complete schedule, visit the Whalen Symposium website or the Library Digital Commons.