On April 17, 2012, Saint Joseph's College will host the 9th Annual Undergraduate Colloquium. The purpose of the Colloquium is to provide undergraduates with the opportunity to showcase their work and research with interested students and faculty, as well as visitors. All are welcome to attend. This year's presentation topics include: "The Power of Open Source," "Does Music Inhibit Motor Recall?," "Internet Addiction Disorder," and "The Goblet of Fire."
Oral presentations will be scheduled every 15 minutes, with approximately 10 minutes allotted for the presentation and 2-3 minutes for questions from the audience. Oral presentations will be held from 1:00 to 4:00 pm CDT in classrooms in the Evans Arts and Science Building. For more details, visit www.saintjoe.edu/academics/colloquium/.
Poster presentations, which include art displays or interactive demonstrations as well as poster representations of research, will run from 11:30 to 1:00 pm in the Evans Arts and Science Building Robinson Memorial Library. Posters will remain on display until 4:00 pm.
For more information on the Undergraduate Colloquium, contact Assistant Professor of Physics Jennifer Coy at 219.866.6197 or email@example.com.
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