5th Annual ASU Student Research and Fine Arts Conference (17 March 2004)
Photos provided by Dr. Jurgen Brauer, College of Business
Dr. "Tall Paul" Harris doesn't quite fit into the picture - hence this skewed perspective. Here we see him setting up the Phi Kappa Phi banners.
ASU President Dr. Bloodworth (left) and Phi Kappa Phi chapter president Dr. Harris open the 5th annual ASU Student Research and Fine Arts Conference.
The conference opened with a scene from "Harvey" ...
... the actors and their teacher. Unrehearsed happiness after the excellent performance.
This year the psychology department engaged droves of students in research, from marital status and conscientiousness ...
... to conflict in the workplace.
The conference is inter-disciplinary but the research can be multi-disciplinary. Here, a group of students and their advisor show off joint work by the biology and psychology departments, together with the Dental School at the Medical College of Georgia.
The poster sessions are an excellent way to mill around the ground floor of the science building and interact ...
... before heading off to the oral presentations. Here we see Dr. Andy Hauger (Physics) listen attentively to a presentation on comet Hale-Bobb ...
... by this student who first obtained an ASU music degree before turning to astronomy.
This student, Ms. Delgado, chats with ...
... Dr. Beth Fanning (English) after a presentation.
Dr. Peggy Ruth Geren (College of Education) mulls a point or two ...
... while Dr. Gary Stroebel (Chemistry) introduces a panel of students.
Dr. Steve Hobbs (Psychology) records his students' accomplishments.
[Photographs and page by Jurgen Brauer.]
Dear ASU Professors: Having done five, there might well be a 6th Annual ASU Student Research and Fine Arts Conference in March of 2005. 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 2005. Details will be forthcoming.
-- The 2004 organizing committee: Jim Grayson, Paul Harris, Donna Hobbs, Peggy Ruth Geren, Debbie van Tuyll, and Pam Hayward.
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