Providence College’s Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship and Creativity showcases student achievement from a wide range of academic disciplines. Supported by their faculty mentors, the Showcase highlights active, engaged learning on our campus.
The Annual Celebration of Student Scholarship and Creativity is supported through the College’s three year Fostering a Culture of Student Engagement grant from the Davis Educational Foundation. Aligned with our mission and goals, the purpose of this project is to strengthen students’ engagement in their learning and to establish durable structures for extending and supporting high-quality student engagement well into the future. Providence College thanks the Davis Educational Foundation for partnering in this meaningful initiative.
Some presentations from last year (the 1st annual celebration) and this year are available below for download.
Submissions from 2013
The Effects of Emotion and Message Framing on College Binge Drinking, Monica Broughton
Leadership: Dr. Stephen Coan, Rebecca Coan
The Alternative Appeal, Courtney DeRoo
The Rise of Religious Parties in Turkey and India, Hannah Donovan
New DWC Syllabus Using Nonwestern Sources, Aubrey Moore
Returns to Schooling: A Quantile Regression, Arman Oganisian
Developing Direction: "The Illusion" at Providence College, Patrick Saunders
Submissions from 2012
Reclaiming Fat, Emilie E. DeBaie
The Cognitive Representation of Fantasy Versus Pretense, Colleen McInnis
The Organization of American States (OAS) in Rhetoric and Reality, Elizabeth Marie Moore
Shooting Arrows Through Myth and History: The Evolution of the Robin Hood Legend, Kathleen Rose Mulligan
Submissions from 2011
Sorting on CUDA, Ayushi Sinha
Submissions from 2010
The Triumphant Tragedy of King Lear, Erin Lamontagne
An Argument for the Legalization of Active Euthanasia, Stephen Orlando
Voices from El Salvador: Community Hopes, Dreams, and Realities, Nicole Sabatino
Submissions from 2009
The Albany Movement and the Limits of Nonviolent Protest in Albany, Georgia, 1961-1962, Brendan Kevin Nelligan