Senior Research Symposium
A Celebration of Independent Study
Each year, the College of Wooster cancels classes on a Friday in April to celebrate the accomplishments of the senior class. The college itself becomes a classroom as hundreds of senior share the projects they have developed during the academic year. Students, faculty, staff, parents, and community members are encouraged to visit campus that day and listen to presentations, view art exhibits, ask questions about research posters, and explore the work of the senior class.
2017 Senior Research Symposium
This year, the symposium was held on Friday, April 28. This all-day event featured performances, presentations, research posters, and exhibits of senior work in the following formats:
- Oral presentation
- Digital Presentation
- Musical or theatrical performance, Art exhibition
- 3-Minute Thesis
The program can be viewed here 2017 Senior Research Symposium Program (.pdf).
The Senior Research Symposium is supported by the Henry J. Copeland Fund for Independent Study and the Andrew Mellon Foundation.