May UD Book Club
The UD Book Club will be meeting on Wednesday, May 21, to discuss Where'd You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple.
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Apex: The 2nd Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship and Creativity
Apex: The 2nd Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship and Creativity, begins next week in Heritage Center. We invite all alumni and UD friends to join us for all events. A schedule of events is listed below.
Participating students span all majors and disciplines and come from both the College and Seminary. The bibliography created for classroom-based work contains over 90 entries. The bibliography for “Apex in the Academy” contains over 45 entries for students whose work has gone beyond the classroom by presenting at state and local conferences, completed Chlapaty Scholars projects, and more.
On Wednesday afternoon, four Chlapaty Scholars will present their research. We are especially honored to have UD alum Dr. Eric Dickman (C ’02), return to campus present to present the Apex Keynote address “The Final Answer Makes the Questions Seem Absurd: How UD Got Me Thinking through Religion, Reading, and Reflexivity.” Dr. Eric Dickman is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Chair of the Religion and Philosophy Department at Young Harris College
Tuesday, April 29: Apex in the Classroom and Community
|1:00 & 1:45||
World Civilization II Exhibit presentations (Charles C. Myers Library)
Posters and presentations (A.Y. McDonald Lobby, Heritage Center)
|5:00-6:00||The Edge and Articulate launch (Charles and Elizabeth Bisignano Gallery, Heritage Center|
Wednesday, April 30: Apex in the Academy
Poster and presentations (A.Y.
Selected 2013 Chlapaty Scholar Presentations (Babka Theater)
Alex Beck, “Investigating Household Discard Behavior Changes from Landfilling to Recycling/Composting.”
|Andy Smothers, “Historical Use of Non-Geographic Presbyteries in the Presbyterian Church, USA.”|
|Lauren Smith, “The Role of TCP Genes in Regulating Plant Architecture and Flower Development of Orchids.”|
|Tyson Carter, “Defining the Orchid Floral microRNA Profile and Their Role in Floral Development.”|
|3:30||Keynote Presentation (Babka Theater)
“The Final Answer Makes the Questions Seem Absurd: How UD Got Me Thinking through Religion, Reading, and Reflexivity.”
Dr. Eric Dickman (UD ‘02), Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Chair of the Religion and Philosophy Department at Young Harris College
Thursday, May 1
Honors Convocation (John and Alice Butler Hall)