Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Psychology Majors Perform Well on National Exam

Senior psychology majors scored in the 80th percentile on the PACAT exam while the national average is at the 50th percentile. The exam is taken by nearly 6,000 psychology graduates from across the country, and measures student competency in a variety of different content areas. 

Monday, June 12, 2017

Artist of AU Library Sculpture Remembered

Learn more about John Clague, the artist who created the unique and musical sculpture in front of the Ashland University Library, from this video produced by Charles Mintz.

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Connor Dunwoodie Multimedia Journalist at WYMT

May 2017 Journalism & Digital Media graduate Connor Dunwoodie was recently hired to be a multimedia journalist at WYMT TV Mountain News in Hazard, Kentucky. Connor will also serve as a fill-in anchor for the eastern Kentucky television station. READ MORE

Elenbaum Pursues and Secures the American Dream

At the age of 26, Rossana Elenbaum moved to the U.S.A. from her native country of Peru. After living in Ohio for a few years, she enrolled in Spanish 311 taught by Dr. Barb Schmidt-Rinehart which motivated her to become a full-time student at AU. Now a 2017 graduate with a BSED in Spanish, she has accomplished her dream by securing a position as a Spanish teacher at Horizon Science Academic Middle School in Cleveland. READ MORE

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Guenther Plays Bach-organ in Germany

While on the Ashland University Choir tour in Germany this spring, Dr. Timothy Guenther, Ashland University organist, had the opportunity to play the Bach-organ at St. Thomas Church in Leipzig, Germany. Bach was the choir director at St. Thomas and he is buried there.

PR Campaigns Developed for Local Organizations

Students in the Communication Studies 474: Public Relations Campaigns course, led by Visiting Instructor Amanda Weed, partnered with local Ashland businesses and university organizations in the spring semester. Student agency teams designed and implemented public relations campaigns for their clients to provide positive outcomes for each organization including Associated Charities of Ashland County, No Pawz Left Behind, Ashland University Writing Center, Donate Life Ohio and Ashland University Eagle Wellness. FULL STORY

Local Artists Awards Announced

The Coburn Gallery at Ashland University has announced the awards for the regional juried exhibition featuring 18 members of the Ashland Community Arts League.
  • Best in Show: MP Marion
  • First Place: Mary J Ferretti
  • Second Place: Nancy Pierce
  • Juror Honorable Mentions: Janet Wells, Cynthia Petry, Nancy Dupre, Marty Lee, Bea North, and Barb Morejon
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Monday, June 5, 2017

Shawn Orr Presents at International Conference

​Shawn Orr, director of faculty services for the College of Online and Adult Studies and interim department chairperson for communication studies, recently presented at the International Conference on Teaching and Leadership Excellence sponsored by the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development.

Ashland Science grads Start Jobs at Charles River

Over thirty Ashland University alumni currently work at Charles River Labs, and around eight science students had paid internships at the facility this past academic year. Five of those students had full-time jobs waiting for them at Charles River when they graduated this spring, and one began a job this summer even though he will not graduate until December.  READ MORE

Thursday, June 1, 2017

Kaiser Wins Outstanding Undergraduate of the Year

Emily Kaiser, an English and Creative Writing major with a minor in Business Administration from New Bremen, Ohio, won the award for Outstanding Undergraduate Female of the Year at the AU Leadership and Service awards ceremony. Erin Mitchell, the Area Coordinator for Clayton Hall and the Senior Apartments, nominated Kaiser for her work as a Resident Assistant and Assistant Resident Director in Clayton Hall. READ MORE

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

AU Theatre Alumnus in Solo Show

Ashland University Theatre alumnus James Savage (2000) is acting in "8x10," a devised solo performance that illuminates the reality of solitary confinement in the U.S.A. More information and accepted donations can be found at indiegogo.com/projects/8x10-at-the-cincy-fringe#/.

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Spanish Grad Secures Teaching Position

2017 Spanish Education graduate Justina Fleming has just signed a contract to teach Spanish at Northwestern School District in West Salem. ¡Felicidades Justina!

Monday, May 22, 2017

AU Theatre Alumni on NYC Production Crew

Congratulations to Ashland University Theatre alumni Brittany Hartman ('12) and Kelli Lennox ('14) on the opening of Venus, written by Suzan-Lori Parks and directed by Lear deBessonet, at NYC's Signature Theatre Company as Assistant Wig Designer and Wig, Hair & Makeup Supervisor, respectively. READ MORE

AU Music Releases Promo Video

Enjoy and share the new promotional video for Ashland University Music featuring the Ashland University Band performing the Ashland University Battle Song.

Biology Major Receives Grant from Ohio Biological Survey

Biology major Olivia Widenmeyer recently received a $500 grant from the Ohio Biological Survey to purchase additional transmitters for her field research investigating populations of two rare bird species at Ashland University's Black Fork Wetlands. Olivia and her faculty research mentor, Professor Merrill Tawse, have identified the Sora and Virginia Rails at our wetlands preserve. By attaching radio transmitters to the birds she is able to determine how they use their habitat. READ MORE

Friday, May 19, 2017

Theatre Alum Stars in Chicago Musical

AU Theatre alumnus Evan Tyrone Martin is starring as Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar at Chicago's Paramount Theatre through May 28.

"In the role of Jesus, Evan Tyrone Martin is “stunningly beautiful” with the largest eyes I have ever seen on a stage and a voice that will send shivers up and down your spine." --Alan Bresloff, Around the Town Chicago LEARN MORE

Coburn Exhibition Opening, May 19

The Coburn Gallery at Ashland University opens a juried exhibition on Friday, May 19 with a reception from 6-7:30 p.m.. The exhibit features 48 works created by the members of the Ashland Community Arts League including painting, ceramics, photography, fiber arts, printmaking, glass and mixed media. The reception will feature live entertainment by "Rock Salt & Nails," and coincides with the Ashland Regional Ballet & Opus II Dance Studio’s 35th Annual Spring Dance Concert entitled Cinderella.

Monday, May 15, 2017

Cardwell Wins Prizes for Senior Thesis

Emily Cardwell's senior thesis, "To Dissolve the Barbarous Spell": The Significance of Female Education in Eighteenth-Century English Literature, won two prestigious campus prizes: the Howard O. Rowe Scholarship from the Honors Program, and the Charles E. Parton Award from the Ashbrook Program. FULL STORY

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Psychology Major Presents at the 31st Annual OUPRC

Emily Civittolo presented at the 31st Annual Ohio Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference hosted by John Carroll University. Her presentation was titled, "College Students' Attitudes Towards Mental Illness", and Dr. Curt Ickes was her faculty sponsor.  This was Emily's third research presentation of the semester, as she also presented at the Ashland University's Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Symposium and at the Midwestern Psychological Association in Chicago.

Cardona Wins 2017 Department Creative Writing Award

Maria Cardona won the 2017 English Department Creative Writing Award. Below she reflects on her four years at AU and what the future holds.

The Creative Writing program was the reason I decided to come to AU when I was seventeen. I still remember walking into Dr. Brown’s Comp 101 class and being terrified of my assignments because I’d never had to write a “real” paper before. Coming from Puerto Rico, I had never written very many papers in school. My English classes were mostly focused on vocabulary, reading, and speaking. I’d written a few essays for other classes but never anything big. FULL STORY

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Guenther Guest Soloist for Ashland Musical Club

Featuring Ashland University organist Dr. Timothy E. Guenther as the guest soloist, the Ashland Musical Club will present its spring Scholarship Benefit Recital at 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 14 at Trinity Lutheran Church, 508 Center Street in Ashland. The program is “A Celebration of Lutheran Organ Music” in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation and in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the constituting of the Association of Lutheran Church Musicians. FULL STORY

AU Theatre Says Farewell to Graduating Seniors

Congratulations to AU Theatre's five graduating seniors: Logan Baker, Elizabeth Grace Davis, Andrea Disch, Anthony Nicholson and Ceyanna Stasick.

Attorney Whitney Visits Criminal Justice Class

In conjunction with their chapter study on Defense Attorneys, CJ-235 guest speaker Attorney Rolf Whitney to the classroom. Attorney Whitney, who practices criminal defense law in multiple jurisdictions, spoke to the class about the broad range of cases he handles, ranging from traffic cases to death penalty cases. READ MORE

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Fox 8's Todd Meany Visits AU

WJW news anchor and reporter Todd Meany visited AU's JDM Department on Friday, April 28.  JDM majors and minors were able to attend a talk by Mr. Meany regarding his broadcasting career and his advice for JDM students.

Psychology Majors Present Research in Chicago

Eleven Psychology majors recently presented their research at the 89th annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association in Chicago.  Ashland University was well-represented by Derek Baker, Danielle Bruno, Kate Budzik, Emily Civitollo, Elizabeth Kemp, Danny Lawson, Lydia Smith, Morgan Snyder, Melanie Ward, Muslimah Williams, and Emily Wirtz.

Monday, May 1, 2017

Mackall Interviewed on Literary Website

"'We Read to Discover What Meaning the Writer Has Made': A Chat With Joe Mackall, Editor of River Teeth" has appeared on the literary website The Review Review. READ HERE

Wirtz and Bruno Win Regional Research Award

Congratulations to Emily Wirtz and Danielle Bruno who were presented with a "regional research award" from Psi Chi at the annual meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association in Chicago on April 20th!  Their research project, titled The Effects of Aggression on Ability, was one of 20 award winners out of 600 research abstracts that were submitted to the MPA conference.

URCA 2018 Slated for April 11

Save the Date for the 2018 Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Symposium for Wednesday, April 11.

Math/Computer Science Study Break

Math and Computer Science students are invited to take a break from finals and enjoy some refreshments on Monday, May 1 from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. in Patterson 204/211.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Jones Awarded Phi Sigma Iota Scholarship, Again

Delaney Jones, Spanish and Political Science major with a minor in French, has been awarded a scholarship from Phi Sigma Iota Foreign Language Honor Society for the second year in a row. She is the first student from Ashland University to apply for a Phi Sigma Iota Scholarship and this is the second consecutive year in a row that she's been awarded this prestigious international recognition.

Jazz at the Nest, April 25

Led by Dr. Scott Garlock, Professor of Music, the award-winning Ashland University Jazz Orchestra (AUJO) will present a free public concert on Tuesday, April 25 in the Hawkins-Conard Student Center’s Eagles Nest at 7:30 p.m. The Just Friends jazz combo will provide pre-concert music beginning at 7 p.m. Join us as our amazing seniors perform their final AUJO concert. The concert will also premiere Dr. Garlock's Second in Line for Pumpernickel.

Monday, April 24, 2017

Senior Art Exhibition Awards

The 2017 Senior Art Exhibition awards were presented by Daniel McDonald, chair of the art department, on Thursday April 20 at the Coburn Art Gallery opening reception. Alicia Jones (Bellevue) was selected as the senior art award recipient by the AU art department faculty. Honorable Mention Senior award recipient was Ahmed Bondagjy, a Sadi citizen living in Ashland, Ohio. READ MORE

Spring Honors Recital, April 24

Tonight's 2017 Spring Honors Recital at 7:30 p.m. in the Elizabeth Pastor Recital Hall showcases the following performers:

Vocalists: Andrea Disch, Gracie Fumic, Elisha Hofer, Sarah Napier, Rebecca Young

Instrumentalists: Chanel Bluntschly & Michael Byndas (saxophone), Alex Trotter (piano), Jaylynn Buchmelter & Cody Henderson (trombone)

2017 MAA Leo Schneider Mathematics Competition

The 2017 MAA Leo Schneider Mathematics Competition results are in. There were 21 teams who competed with the Newton's 2nd Team (Grace McCourt, Emily Law and Michael Woode) finishing in 7th place, the Alge-Bros (Kyle Puhl, Aaron Arnold and Bret Romanzak) finishing in 11th place and the Inte-girls (Ashlyn Smith, Emily Martin and Jessica Shrider) finishing in 12th place.

Gun Culture Conference Opened My Eyes

By Jessica James

Going into the fields of both social work and criminal justice, in some sort of manner I will have to deal with guns on a daily basis. Whether I get a job where I will be permitted to open carry a weapon or even if I have to deal with a suicidal patient who has a cabinet full of guns at home, I knew in some sort of fashion, firearms and guns would always play a part in my life. And this is one of many reasons I wanted to attend the Ashland Center for Nonviolence conference about Understanding our Gun Culture. This conference opened my eyes to a lot of issues relating to gun rights and gun control. FULL STORY

Ashland Poetry Press Author Wins Award

Congratulations to Ashland Poetry Press author Daneen Wardrop! Her collection Life As It has won the Gold Medal in Poetry in this year's Independent Publisher Book Awards.
Wardrop's manuscript was the winner of the 2015 Richard Snyder Memorial Publication Prize, selected by contest final judge David St. John. The book was published this past fall and may be purchased through Ashland University's bookstore, SPD Books, or Amazon. READ MORE

Friday, April 21, 2017

Spring Band Concert Celebrates Senior AU Band Members

Ashland University Department of Music presents its final band concert of the 2016-2017 academic year on Saturday, April 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Hugo Young Theatre with the annual Spring Band Concert. The Ashland Area Community Concert Band under the direction of Leonard Salvo, and the Ashland University Concert Band directed by Gary Ciulla will perform and senior Concert Band members will be recognized for their dedication and contribution to the AU Band program. Admission to the concert is complimentary, and open to the public. READ MORE

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Senior Art Exhibit II & Art Pop-Up Shop, April 20

The 2017 Senior Art Exhibition II will open on Thursday, April 20, with an opening reception from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Coburn Art Gallery. The senior art awards will be announced at 5 p.m. at the reception. Artists include Ahmed Bondagjy, Abigail Nye, Dana Reed, Alicia Jones, Isaac Waterman and Kailah Saunders. In addition, the Art Department, Coburn Gallery and AU Art Club will be hosting a Pop Up Art Shop to benefit fellow art major Kiana Ziegler's GoFundMe account to help offset her medical and travel expenses due to a recent illness.

Dr. Randall-Griffiths Quoted by Ohio Humanities

Dr. Deleasa Randall-Griffiths, Associate Professor and Director of the Online Communication Studies Program, was quoted by the Ohio Humanities in its coverage of Ashland Chautauqua, noting the significance of 2017 for the Chautauqua and of the importance of the Chautauqua's relationship with Ohio Humanities:
Earlier this year, Ashland Chautauqua received the Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce award for “Culture and Recreation.”  Accepting that award validated our many years producing the annual five-day event that brings history to life, Chautauqua style. None of this, not the award and certainly not the many years of scholarly performances and workshops, would have been possible without Ohio Humanities. Our community is enriched each year by Ohio Humanities. They help us see the present through the past and expand our notion of what it means to be human.         
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Two Week Tour of the Eastern Front in WWII

Dr. John Moser is leading a 14 day tour of the Russian Front in WWII next spring, in conjunction with his course HIST 364: World War II (enrollment in the course is not needed for the trip). This trip will focus on the Eastern Front with visits to St. Petersburg, Moscow, Minsk, Poland, Germany, and more. An information meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 20 at 4:30 pm in Andrews 102.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Brass, Sax, String & Jazz, April 19

On Wednesday, April 19 at 7:30 p.m. in the Elizabeth Pastor Recital Hall, several student chamber ensembles perform including the saxophone, brass and string ensembles under the direction of Dr. Thomas Reed, Michael Metcalf and Jane Reed, respectively. Mr. Jeff Neitzke will lead the jazz combo on the program as well. The concert is free and open to the public.

Monday, April 17, 2017

'Last' Lecture for the Graduating Class

The Religion Department will celebrate its graduating seniors, induct new members into Theta Alpha Kappa (the religion honor society) and close out the year with a final lecture by long-time Ashland Theological Seminary Professor Dr. Paul W. Chilcote on Wednesday, April 19, at 7 p.m. in AU’s Miller Chapel. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, is titled “Deep, Abiding Connection to God.” READ MORE

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Online Collaboration Platform is Developed

Dr. Christopher Chartier and collaborators have developed an online platform to help researchers from all scientific disciplines find collaborators, labs to conduct independent replications, or exchange research resources. The website, StudySwap, is hosted by the Center for Open Science and has already started facilitating new collaborations. Read more in this article in The Scientist:  HERE

Monday, April 10, 2017

Schlorb Addresses Civilized Society in Agatha Christie's Poirot

Mykenna Schlorb is a triple major in Political Science, Health and Risk Communication and Accounting, yet is presenting at URCA about a piece of literature -- specifically Agatha Christie's first Hercule Poirot novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles. Dr. Maura Grady is Mykenna's faculty sponsor for this project which "shows Christie’s keen sense of societal structures and civility which are interrupted during World War I...(when) Social norms and expectations of propriety are clear, even in a time of political instability...Christie is able to focus on how social propriety and daily civil normality crumble in times of injustice, atrocious crimes, such as murder, and world war, all of which juxtapose the order that is maintained in a healthy civil society. Ultimately, it is this crumbling sense of civility and civic duty that lead to the destruction of civil society and civilization as a whole."

Kate Siefert Launching Career at WTOV

Journalism & Digital Media senior Kate Siefert will be launching her career at the television station WTOV in Steubenville, Ohio. WTOV is an NBC and Fox affiliate that focuses on comprehensive local news and sports for the Upper Ohio Valley. Kate, who will be graduating in May 2017, is an award winning multimedia journalist, the current Managing Editor for The Collegian and Sports Producer for AUTV 20.

The Beautiful and Conflicted Confessions of an English Major

By Corinne Spisz, Integrated Language Arts major

When I came to Ashland University as a freshman back in the fall of 2015, I thought I knew what being an English major was going to take. I heard it was going to be difficult but that I would be fine in the end. I heard that I will grow as a reader and a writer. What I did not know was the battle that I was going to fight, and will continue to fight, to achieve everything that I was told about my major. It was not until English Composition 102 with Dr. Waterman in the spring of 2016 that I realized what being an English major meant. FULL STORY

Friday, April 7, 2017

Grace McCourt Expands on 'Dishonest Salesperson Problem"

Mathematics and integrated mathematics education major Grace McCourt will present at the 2 p.m. URCA session in the Convocation's Faculty Room on Tuesday, April 11. Her faculty sponsor for her project is Dr. Christopher Swanson.

Because a profit is made on the mileage allowance, a salesperson wants to drive as far as possible during the trip, which financially benefits the salesperson at the loss of his or her employer, hence why the salesperson is being described as dishonest. As first posed and answered in Problem 1654 from Mathematics Magazine, the question is asked "What is the maximum possible distance he or she can travel on such a trip, and how many different such trips are there?" In her presentation, Grace will expand upon that result by using combinatorics and graph theory to derive results for the complete graph, in which each vertex is connect to each other vertex by exactly one edge, and the hypercube, which will be defined in the presentation. She will also present what is known for the cycle graph, the complete bipartite graph, and the complete m-ary tree of height h.

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Muslimah Williams Reveals Results of Burqa Experiment

Psychology major Muslimah Williams conducted a study titled "The Truth behind the Veil: Investigating Religious Prejudice in America" and will reveal her findings at the April 11, 11:45 a.m. URCA poster session in the Convocation Center's Alumni Room. With faculty sponsor Dr. Mitchell Metzger (Psychology), Muslimah tested the hypothesis that individuals will exhibit more negative attitudes when faced with a woman wearing a burqa (head-covering exposing only the eyes) compared to a woman in western-style clothing.

Tasha Arnold Produces Film in the Style of French Directors

French major Tasha Arnold worked with faculty sponsor Dr. David McCoy from the Department of Journalism and Digital Media to write, direct, film and edit a short film focusing on mental illness awareness in the style of French directors. She will present her poster at the 11:45 a.m. URCA session in the alumni room on April 11. 

Her primary goal for her film, "Breathe," was to portray an accurate representation of anxiety and the stigma that others associate with it. The film is relatable to those who suffer from mental illness and a learning tool for those who don’t. “Breathe” follows Audrey as she lives with extreme anxiety, and shows how she handles a roommate who refuses to understand Audrey’s point of view. 

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Delaney Jones Discusses the Survival of Spain's Minority Languages

With faculty sponsor Dr. Richard Gray, Spanish and political science major Delaney Jones has researched "The Survival and Maintenance of Minority Languages in Spain" and will present her findings at the 10:30 a.m. URCA session in the Convocation Center's Faculty Room. 

In her abstract, Delaney explains, "Although Galician, Basque, and Catalan (languages) experienced a decline, they survived and continue to develop into present day. These languages are present in government, education, and in everyday life in Galicia, Basque Country, and Catalonia. The reason behind their survival can be attributed to the literary histories of each region, the use of bilingual education, the geography of Spain, and to the elites of minority language regions. Catalan is arguably the most successful of the three major languages. It has the most speakers and is the language of a community that is undergoing a fierce nationalist movement. The Catalan independence movement has further highlighted the importance of minority languages within Spain and demonstrates their growth and development into the future."

Bernhard Reveals Shocking Results of Protein Drink Testing

Biochemistry major Zachary Bernhard will reveal the shocking results of his research testing of cadmium concentrations in commercial protein drinks and nutritional protein powders at #URCA2017. As outlined in his abstract, "Heavy metals,such as cadmium, can bio accumulate over time while exerting their effects. Cadmium primarily targets the kidneys which can lead to renal failure." With Dr. Jeffrey Weidenhamer as his faculty sponsor, Zachary will present his findings at the 11:45 a.m. poster session in the Alumni Room of the Myers Convocation Center.

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Theatre Major Reviews Costume Design Process for Pippin

Senior theatre major Elizabeth Grace Davis will give her URCA oral presentation on "Maximizing Communication through a Total Collaborative Design" in the Trustees Room of the Convocation Center at the 3:15 p.m. session. Sponsored by Dr. Teresa Durbin-Ames and Prof. J. Michael Desper, she will explain theatre design as a collaborative process of research and storytelling. Specifically, she will review her "creation of an ideal design process, within an educational setting, where in the design for Pippin was created and executed. This show was a part of the 2016-2017 season for Ashland University’s Department of Theatre.

History/Political Science Major to Kick off URCA

History/Political Science major Joey Barretta will kick-off the 2017 URCA Symposium on April 11 with his presentation titled: "Was Martin Luther King Jr. the Frederick Douglass of the Twentieth-Century?" Sponsored by faculty member Dr. Emily Hess, Barretta will compare and contrast the two most prominent African American thinkers in the history of the United States. READ MORE

Social Work Department’s Outstanding Performance

Ashland University had a 100% passing rate of its licensure exam in 2016 according to The Association of Social Work Boards, which is in charge of governing the administration of testing for the licensures. This compares to 80% among all undergraduate schools of social work in Ohio and 70% across North America.

K-9 Unit Visits Ashland Campus

Ashland Police Department Officer Craig Kiley, along with one of his canines, recently visited a Criminal Justice Club event. Officer Kiley spoke to students regarding the various uses of the K-9 unit and also discussed training techniques. He was able to show the club footage of several real-life training events involving the canines as well as some footage of one of the canines tracking a criminal.

50th Anniversary of Science as a Cultural Force at AU

A lecture presented by Dr. Allan M. Brandt, Kass Professor of the History of Medicine and Professor of the History of Science at Harvard University, was held on March 29 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of an Interdisciplinary Science Course at Ashland University. The occasion for the evening’s lecture was the 50th anniversary of AU’s interdisciplinary course Science as a Cultural Force team taught by a faculty member from the humanities and another from the sciences. The course, first taught in 1967, was the suggestion of C.S. Lewis. Read more about the interesting evolution of this interdisciplinary concept HERE.

2017 URCA Schedule & Abstracts Released

The 2017 Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (URCA) Symposium schedule and abstracts are now posted. The annual event sponsored by the College of Arts & Sciences will be held on Tuesday, April 11 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Myers Convocation Center. All presentations are free and open to the public. From profiling serial killers and rapists, to the extraction and analysis of toxic alkaloids from Jimsonweed in hay and silage, and demonstrating a chamber ensemble's performance without a conductor -- the event will offer 52 oral, poster and exhibition presentations from 62 students representing 15 different departments throughout the College of Arts & Sciences. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS | ABSTRACTS