If you have not, you need to register! The Guilford Undergraduate Symposium occurs Wednesday, April 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Hege Library and throughout the community. GUS is a campus-wide event that is a celebration for all. Plus, it is super cool and fun. Just do it!!!
During GUS, Guilford students will present individual or group work to students, faculty, and staff from across the campus. You can present work you’ve done for a class, an independent study, an internship, or a thesis, such as:
- Critical analyses of an issue or theory
- Reviews of past research
- Research studies, case studies, or proposals
- Descriptions of internship experiences
- Music or theatrical performances
- Works of art
- And others — just talk with your faculty adviser!
Presentation formats include posters or exhibitions, 15-minute oral presentations with Q&A, panels with other students, and more. Note: Professors, you can have several students from your class present together (panel discussions can be done as single registrations, with multiple presenters). Presenting at GUS is a great opportunity to let students work on their presentation skills.
For questions regarding presentations, please contact any of the following:
- Suzanne M Bartels, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Melanie Lee-Brown, email@example.com
- F. Mark Dixon, firstname.lastname@example.org
- David Hildreth, email@example.com
- David J Limburg, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Brenda Swearingin, email@example.com
- Rob Whitnell, firstname.lastname@example.org