You are cordially invited to join the virtual scholars symposium. This event showcases projects from Colgate's scholars programs (Alumni Memorial Scholars [AMS], Benton Scholars and Office of Undergraduate Studies Scholars [OUS]). We will use the virtual Gather.town platform, which functions like a video game: Attendees join via web browser and move around the conference space, interacting with others by viewing posters and media and having video or audio chats. This will be a great opportunity to chat, catch up, and see what interesting work people have been doing!
Please mark the date and time on your calendar and submit the form on the Register link; you will be sent a link to the event closer to the date. We need a good estimate of attendance in order to set up the correct capacity for the virtual event. Thanks for responding; we look forward to seeing you there!
- Technology on Literacy
Robert Chapman '24
- Finding Local Sense of Place in Hamilton, NY
Cassie Ferrante '21
- Breaking the Shackles of Cultural Assimilation
Natoya German '24
- The Politics of Pandemic and Automation
Megan Jenson '24
- Can American Legislation Keep Up with Technology?
Examining America’s Response to Cyberbullying Through Law
Samantha Marks '24
- Children's Picture Books: Literature as a Reflection of Society
Caraline McDonnell '21
- Establishing Food Security in the 21st Century
Mostafa Mohamed '24
- Human Connections to National Parks in Costa Rica & Thailand
Julieanne Montaquila '21
- Global Challenges of the 21st Century: the Digitalization of a Continent
Fabrizio Montisci '24
- How Technological Innovation Disrupted the Informal Economy
Valeria Morales '24
- Tuck Business Bridge Program
Brooke Morison '22
- Brexit’s Impact on Local Businesses in the UK
Phuong Nguyen '21
- How has digital technology helped the COVID pandemic?
Aphone Paing '24
- Diversity: The Fear of STEM Industries
Daniel Rodriguez '24
- Has Technology and Innovation Been Effective in Tackling Poverty Around the World?
Natalie Rong '24
- When Innovation has Unforeseen Negative Consequences
Ari Roth '24
- Artificial Intelligence: A Learning Experience
Tazmilur Saad '22
- The Future of Technology and Climate Change: What is the Government’s Role?
Mehek Singh '24
- Becoming TEFL certified to teach English to refugees, asylum seekers, and human trafficking survivors
Melissa Verbeek '21
- Online Solidarity: How Social Media Enhances the Black Lives Matter Movement
Rebecca Viner '24
- Exploring Ferns in Tropical Environments
Jacob Watts '21
- Asteroid Macroporosity as a Constraint on Meteoritic Analogs: Modeling Ryugu
Tony Yap '2
Wednesday, January 27 at 5:00pm to 6:00pmVirtual Event