The 2009 Jay Boland
Undergraduate Research Symposium was a huge success.
The 71 participating student researchers represented 28 ETSU
departments from six colleges. Artwork from eight student
artists remained on display through the end of the week for
the Appalachian Student Research Forum. For the first time,
performances artists were incorporated into the program with
original compositions by a bluegrass trio, a lesson and
demonstration on the history of the banjo, and instruction
on using music to teach math.
The undergraduate researchers
are exceptionally impressive in the quality of their work
and the professionalism with which they prepared and
presented those works. Of equal importance, the Symposium
was an informative and quite enjoyable day of sharing and
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Numerous students were seen taking photos. Any student
who took photos who would be interested in posting those
photos on this site are welcome to do so by contacting Donna
Williams, Honors College Office Coordinator, in Room 129