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Virtual Celebration of Learning May 6

The annual Celebration of Learning shares and showcases original scholarship and creative work by students, faculty and staff.  

As in previous years, student presentations will run concurrently with faculty and staff panels on scholarship and teaching. A schedule will be shared later.

Students from all disciplines are invited to submit proposals for presentations and posters from Senior Inquiry projects, honors capstones, funded research or creative work, and the like. For some examples, see the 2019 Celebration of Learning.

The submission deadline to participate is 11:55 p.m. April 2.

Instructions and application for students

Instructions and application for faculty and staff

If you are part of a class or group that will include individual presentations, presenters need to submit their own information and clearly identify in the form the group they need to be scheduled with (e.g., TMC-SRIP; History SI). 

If you and others are working on a single project together, only one person should register for all of you, including the names of the other authors in the application.

If you are submitting for a panel presentation, you will be able to choose between submitting a pre-recording of your presentation or doing your presentation live on May 6. 

Consult with your faculty advisor before submitting your selection. If the presentation is for an SI project or the Texas Medical Program, for example, faculty may have a preference for how they would like you to present. 

For the poster presentations, you will create a YouTube video that you will submit by April 22, 11:55 p.m. A video tutorial will be shared at a later date. 

Submitting your proposal does not mean your work automatically is published in Augustana Digital Commons. However, if you attach the full document, it will facilitate the publication process once your faculty advisor approves it. 

You and your professor will decide — after your presentation — if the full text or creative work is ready for publication. 

Plan to attend. Sophomores and juniors can get ideas for projects and see what is possible. First-year students can see scholarship in action and to understand potential majors better. 

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