|April 1 - April 30, Fine Arts & Honors Lounge Gallery Areas (downstairs Alumni Hall)
Exhibition of students studio work.
|April 4, 4.00 pm, Comiskey Art Center
Fine Arts Alumni Exhibition & Reception.
|April 8, 4.30 pm, Perini Hall
Climate change speaker, Dr. Cameron Wake
Dr. Cameron Wake is a paleoclimatologist and Research Associate Professor at the Climate Change Research Center of the University of New Hampshire.
|April 11, 4.00 pm, Comiskey Art Center
Thesis Exhibition & Reception for 2 Fine Arts Seniors.
Mind Over Major Interdisciplinary Conference
Mind Over Major is an on-campus, interdisciplinary conference recognizing excellent work by students in all disciplines. The theme for this year is, Humans and Nature.
|April 14, 4.30 p.m.
Alumni led panel discussion for current students.
|April 15, 5.00 pm
SOAR Distinguished Speaker, Fredrik Logevall
Fredrik Logevall, Pulitizer Prize-winning historian and Vice Provost for International Affairs at Cornell University. Dr. Logevall's talk is titled, "The Embers of War: The Meaning of the Vietnam War."
|April 23, 6.00 p.m., NHIOP
Reception for SOAR participants.
|April 24, 1.30 p.m - 4.00 p.m., Cushing Center Lobby
SOAR Science Poster Session
An undergraduate poster session exhibiting student research in the sciences including biology, chemistry, computer science, physics, and psychology.
| April 24, 4.00 p.m., Cushing North Lounge
SOAR/INBRE Distinguished Guest Speaker, Victor Ambros
Victor Ambros is an American developmental biologist who discovered the first known microRNA (miRNA). He is a professor at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, Massachusetts.
| April 25, 4.00 pm, Comiskey Art Center
Professional Practice Exhibition & Reception
|April 28, 4.00 p.m., Gadbois 4
Outstanding Student Research Symposium.
|April 29, 4.30 p.m – 5:30 p.m., Perini Lecture Hall
Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society Induction Ceremony / Student research presentation Annual induction of eligible students from the Department of Biology. The ceremony will be followed by brief presentations given by Beta Beta Beta student researchers.