Event Title

Program 2004

Start Date

22-4-2004 12:00 AM

End Date

24-4-2004 12:00 AM

Description

Welcome to the Holy Cross Academic Conference 2004 sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College. This three-day conference is designed to provide Holy Cross students with an opportunity to present the results of their independent work. The programs, projects, posters, and performances to be presented are the result of student work over one or two semesters under the guidance of faculty members. The 300 students presenting this year represent but a fraction of the independent and group-project opportunities of which our current students have taken advantage, and include works from the performing and visual arts, social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences. This event also provides an ideal opportunity for our community to appreciate the independence, creativity, and intellectual discipline our students have developed while at Holy Cross and the role our faculty have played as mentors and model teacher-scholars.

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Program 2004

Welcome to the Holy Cross Academic Conference 2004 sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College. This three-day conference is designed to provide Holy Cross students with an opportunity to present the results of their independent work. The programs, projects, posters, and performances to be presented are the result of student work over one or two semesters under the guidance of faculty members. The 300 students presenting this year represent but a fraction of the independent and group-project opportunities of which our current students have taken advantage, and include works from the performing and visual arts, social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences. This event also provides an ideal opportunity for our community to appreciate the independence, creativity, and intellectual discipline our students have developed while at Holy Cross and the role our faculty have played as mentors and model teacher-scholars.