Hope College Celebration of National Undergraduate Research and Creative Performance Week April 11-16, 2011

 

 

 

MONDAY, APRIL 11, 2011

8am-5pm
Grad Senior Art Show (Free)
Location: Depree

10am-5pm
Undergraduate Research leads to lifetime learning
Location: Van Wylen Library

Come see a display of some of the hundreds of books published by Hope College Alumni.

2:30-4:00
Opening Session
Location: DeWitt Theatre
Key Note speaker: Dr. Nancy Hensel, Executive Officer, Council on Undergraduage Research, Washington D.C.
Refreshments served at 2pm
Opening Announcement
Biographical Sketch
Making Explicit the Implicit: Defining Undergraduate Research

4:00-5:00
Research Opportunities for High School Students
Location: Schaap 1019
Moderators: Dr. Karen N. Pearson and Mr. Tod Gugino
*Intended for high school freshman, sophomores, parents and anyone interested

7:30
Jazz Combos (Free)
Location: Wichers Auditorium
C oordinator: Professor Brian Coyle

8:00
Student Dance Concert (Free)
Location: Dow

TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 2011

8am-5pm
Grad Senior Art Show (Free)
Location: Depree

10am-5pm
Undergraduate Research leads to lifetime learning
Location: Van Wylen Library

Come see a display of some of the hundreds of books published by Hope College Alumni.

2:00-3:00
CUR Sponsored Webinar “Transformational Learning Through Undergraduate Research and Creative Performance”

Moderator: Dr. Nancy Hensel
Panelists: Dr. Lorna Jarvis (Psychology), Dr. Moses Lee (Dean for NAS), Dr. Bill Pannapacker (English), and Dr. Mike Seymour (Chemistry)

8:00
Student Dance Concert (Free)
Location: Dow

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 2011

8am-5pm
Grad Senior Art Show (Free)
Location: Depree

10am-5pm
Undergraduate Research leads to lifetime learning
Location: Van Wylen Library

Come see a display of some of the hundreds of books published by Hope College Alumni.

3:00-4:00
Readings by Senior Creative Writers
Moderator: Pablo Pescheira
Location: Fried-Hemenway Auditorium
reception to follow in MMC Rotunda

5:30-7:30
CUR Poster on the Hill, Washington DC

6:00-7:30

Inspiration on Life Beyond Hope.
Work/ Life balance panel discussion
Moderator: Dr. Pat Roehling
Coordinators: Dean Alfedo Gonzales and Professor Linda Graham
Panelists: Dr. Aranh Pen, Dr. David Lowry, Ms. Lara Faucher and Mr. Dale Austin
Location: Graves Auditorium

7:30
Jazz Ensemble (Free)
Location: Dimnent Memorial Chapel

THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2011

8am-5pm
Grad Senior Art Show (Free)
Location: Depree

10am-5pm
Undergraduate Research leads to lifetime learning
Location: Van Wylen Library

Come see a display of some of the hundreds of books published by Hope College Alumni.

1:00-2:30
Student Research on World War I, Renaissance Women, and Pan-Africanism
Students: Ian Magrath, Julie Oosterink, Daniel Owens
Location: Maas Conference Room

3:00-4:30
The World is Your Classroom
MMC 2nd Floor Rotunda

Come hear about three international programs Hope has to offer. Dr. Jeff Brown, Engineering (EWB) and students; Jordan Ritsema and Laine Klophenstein and Dr. Annie Dandavati , Political Science, and student Adam Nelson (Rwanda) along with Grace Olamijulo, Heather Fuglseth, Prof. Barb Vincenci and Dr. Sue Dunn, Nursing (UAQ) will share their international research and service learning experiences.

6:00-8:00
Science Research Camp 1
Noggin’ Toggle
Location: Schaap 2128
Limit 30
Instructor: Mr. Wade Gugino

6:00-7:30
Science Research Camp 2
Lovin’ Summer Learnin'
Location: Schaap 1010
Grades 2-5
Limit 24
Instructor: Mr. Tod Gugino

7:00-8:30
“The Nuts and Bolts of Undergraduate Research"

Location: Schaap 1118
Moderators: Dr. Gwenda Schmidt and Dr. Roselyn Lee
Panelists: Carl Dunker (Humanities), Mikella Bryant (Arts), Julie Peterson (SS), Valerie Winton (NAS)

FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2011

8am-5pm
Grad Senior Art Show (Free)
Location: Depree

Undergraduate Research leads to lifetime learning
Location: Van Wylen Library

Come see a display of over 100 books published by Hope College Alumni.


2:30-5:30

Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Creative Performance

Location: DeVos Field House

8:00
“Gone Missing”
Location: DeWitt Theatre

 

SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 2011

10am-5pm
Undergraduate Research leads to lifetime learning
Location: Van Wylen Library

Come see a display of some of the hundreds of books published by Hope College Alumni.

9:00-11:30
Communication Camp 1
Discovering TV Studios
Location: Martha Miller Center 135
Grades 6-8
Limit 20
Instructor: Dr. Choonghee Han


9:00– 11:00

Dance Research Camp
Creative Dance
Location: Dow Dance Studio 207
Grades K-5
Limit: 40

Instructor: Professor Nicole Flinn

9:15– 11:45
Science Research Camp 3
Lil Science Club
Location: 1019 & 2020
Grades 2-5
Limit 24
Instructor: Mr. Tod Gugino

11:00-2:00
Kinesiology Research Camp
Exploring Kinesiology
Location: DeVos Fieldhouse
Grades K-8
Limit 30 per hour
Instructor: Dr. Maureen Dunn

1:00-3:30
Communication Camp 2
Discovering TV Studios
Location: Martha Miller 135
Grades 6-8
Limit 20
Instructor: Dr. Choonghee Han

8:00
“Gone Missing”
Location: DeWitt Theatre