On Wednesday, April 17, the Huntington University Student Government Association will once again host its annual Academic Research Forum for undergraduate students.
Nineteen presentations will take place within a span of two hours, with sessions running concurrently from 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. in three rooms in Dowden Science Hall. Both individual presenters and small groups of students will have twelve minutes apiece to share their research projects and answer questions from the audience about their work.
Topics for this year’s Forum include such varied subjects as Parkinson’s disease, technology and libraries, vigilante justice, Indiana House Bill 1277, Kung Fu Panda,voodoo, aphids, fundamental religiosity, women in ministry and more. Presentations come from in-depth, faculty-reviewed coursework and represent some of the very best scholarship from Huntington University undergraduate students.
The Academic Research Forum is free and open to the public.