Limestone University’s Spring 2023 Student Research and Presentations Symposium will take place on Friday, April 28, inside the library at the Hines & Riggins Center.
Limestone’s Student Research and Presentations Symposium occurs bi-annually to allow students to share, discuss, and interact with their peers and the University community regarding their research and creative works. Additional goals of the Symposium include encouraging inter-disciplinary collaborations, providing a venue where quality works can be seen as examples to be modeled after by students the following year, and offering a convenient platform for students to experience presenting beyond the classroom. It also offers the opportunity for the work of students to be shared beyond the Limestone campus in an online environment through the University’s Shared Shelf digital platform.
This semester, there are 144 students presenting for a total of 122 presentations overall – with 55 of those taking place online due to student-athletes being away from campus on April 28.
“We are also thrilled that for the very first time, multiple Gaffney High School students have accepted an invitation to attend the event. The high school students will be able to see, first-hand, the cumulation of, what would be for most of the presenters, a semester-long academic project,” said Lizah Ismail, Director of the Library.
The schedule for the Symposium currently includes presentations from Education, Physical Education, Psychology, Criminal Justice, Biology, Business, Health Science, Nursing, Communications, and Athletic Training.
The complete Spring 2023 Symposium schedule is now available online HERE.