The spring 2022 Lang College Dean’s Honor Symposium is a conference for students to present their academic work and co-curricular projects to the Lang community.
The application process is designed to identify outstanding and unique undergraduate research and creative projects. Proposals from any academic discipline or inter-disciplines are invited. Proposals that explore critical histories as well as contemporary social issues are highly encouraged because at Lang, social justice is at the core of our liberal arts education.
By participating you will gain valuable experience presenting your work and engaging the public, as well as building your resume.
There is no GPA requirement to participate in the Dean's Honor Symposium.
Students may apply to present their work either as part of a panel or through the poster session.
Applications are due on October 8th, 2021.
Panel Requirements: Requirements for presenting your project on a panel
Enroll in the Spring 2022 Dean's Honors Symposium Preparation course for either zero or 1 credit. This course will meet weekly throughout the spring semester on Mondays from 2:00-3:40om or 4:00-5:40pm, your panel will be presented at the symposium at the same time as your class meets. You will work with a faculty leader (who will chair the panel) and your co-panelists via email and small group meetings.
In addition, you will be required to :
~Attend a mandatory presentation workshop
~Submit your bio and relevant information about your panel to the symposium program.
The final product is a seven-to-ten minute presentation at the Dean’s Honors Symposium on Monday, April 11 (1:00-6:00pm), and you are encouraged to attend the Dean’s List and Student Award Ceremony that directly follows (6:00-8:00pm).
Poster Presentation Requirements: Requirements for presenting your project at the poster presentation
Develop a one-page poster about your project, and work with Lang faculty and staff to adapt your poster to a digital template
Submit an initial draft by February 21, 2022, and complete additional drafts as necessary
Create an appointment with a University Learning Center Tutor to review your poster by March 3, 2022
Review your poster proof by March 17, 2022
Attend the Dean’s Honors Symposium on Monday, April 11 from 1:00-6:00pm, present your poster at the Poster Presentation at 1:00pm, and the Dean’s List and Student Award Ceremony that directly follows (6:00-8:00pm).