Student Scholar Days are April 7 and 8


With topics from salsa to soil analysis the Adams State College fourth annual Student Scholar Days on April 7 and 8, are sure to have topics of interest for everyone. Twenty-eight students from a diversity of departments across campus will present their research. The event is free and open to the public.

Her first year chairing the Student Scholar Days committee, Cindy Whitney, assistant professor of sociology, said "We have a great selection of very well thought out topics." The event allows students a chance to connect with a mentor and can be added to a resume when applying to graduate school. "It is another example of Adams State faculty mentoring students one-on-one."

The Student Scholar Days committee includes Dr. Leslie Alvarez, associate professor of psychology; Dr. Brent King, associate professor of psychology; Dr. Rob Benson, associate professor of earth science; Linda Pacheco-Demski, teacher education graduate coordinator; Dr. Sheryl Ludwig, assistant professor of teacher education; and Kristi Duran, assistant professor of biology. The event is an opportunity for Adams State students to participate in the academic arena, encourages student success and recognition for their achievements.

Student Scholar Days presentations last approximately 20 minutes and start on the half hour. No entry is allowed once a presentation begins, however, during question-and-answer, the door is open. Free refreshments will be served.

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