Students show results of research, projects on first Scholar’s Day


Close to 70 junior and senior students took part in the first Scholars Day at Newman University Dec. 9, 2013. The event features students presenting the results of their original research or special projects through posters, demonstrations, PowerPoint presentations, speeches, art exhibits and other means. All students pursuing an undergraduate degree
at Newman are now required under the Newman Studies Program – the university’s unique new approach to the “Core Curriculum” – to complete a project and present the outcome at Scholars Day.


Shelby Cornejo answers a question posed by Professor of Chemistry David Shubert, Ph.D., left.


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