4th Annual ASU Student Research and Fine Arts Conference (19 March 2003)
Photos provided by Dr. Jurgen Brauer, College of Business
Dr. Paul Harris (right) and Dr. Bill Bloodworth (left) open the conference from the staircase of the science building. 152 people registered for the conference, and we handed out 210 program booklets.
A "shop-floor" view of the first poster panel session (there were two in all, plus six paper sessions).
Dr. Ron Weber and students examine one of the poster presentations.
TamBoura Jenkins's display on "Treating the Hypertensive Client and the Nurse's Responsibility."
Dr. Linda Bannister's students treated the audience to a selection from The Music Man.
A happy president with Dr. Linda Bannister (middle) and Ms. Nancy Childers (left).
Dr. Harris surrounded by students.
Kim Christiansen explains her research on religious belief and aggression levels in interpersonal relations.
Dr. Pam Hayward with students at the conference registration table.
Music senior Pawel Kozak offered treats on the violin. The 'cathedral acoustics' of the science building atrium is astounding.
[Photographs and page by Jurgen Brauer.]
Dear ASU Professors: Having done four, there might be a 5th Annual ASU Student Research and Fine Arts Conference in March of 2004. Please give your best students a learning-by-doing chance. Research is a wonderful teaching tool. Abstracts for the conference will be due sometime in January 2004. Details will be forthcoming.
-- The 2003 organizing committee: Jurgen Brauer, Paul Harris, Donna Hobbs, Peggy Ruth Geren, James Grayson, and Pam Hayward.
For support of this year's conference we thank
- The Deans of the three ASU Colleges
- The ASU Public Relations and Publications Office
- The ASU Development and Alumni Relations Office
- Dr. Debbie van Tuyll's public relations students
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