Celebration of Scholarship recognizes student research

Samantha Carlson, Co-News Editor

Photos by Samantha Carlson.
Sophomores, Connor Childs (middle) and Alexander Jonic (right), present their project on AI News Filters to Dr. Livingston.

Senior, Giovanni Llinas Rosa presented research on 3D printing.

Members of the Lewis community shared their research and creative projects in the annual Celebration of Scholarship April 20. Students and faculty members presented their ideas to judges, mentors and peers.

The sixth Celebration of Scholarship was an opportunity for students and faculty to present their research, scholarly work and creative efforts for formal recognition and possible funding. Students across all disciplines were encouraged to submit any work that represented their research or learning in their respective academic field.

Each student who participated created this work with support from a faculty sponsor. Past presentations included original research focused on an issue in a certain academic field, scholarly projects developed as an individual or in a group, poems or short stories, artwork and musical compositions.

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