Written by Jack Meltzer
Willimantic, CT -- The School of Education and Professional Studies at Eastern Connecticut State University will hold its tenth Excellence Expo at 2 p.m. on April 28. Students from the Business Administration, Communication, Economics, Education and Health and Physical Education departments will present their projects at several locations around campus, including Charles R. Webb Hall and the Paul E. Johnson Sr. Community Conference Room of the J. Eugene Smith Library. The expo will include sections on research, posters and photography. More than 80 students at the undergraduate and graduate level will participate.
The photography exhibit will take place in the Paul E. Johnson Sr. Community Conference Room as well as in Charles R. Webb Hall on the first floor. The work featured in the exhibit was created by students in the digital photography class and photography I class taught by Martin Seymour, adjunct professor of photography.
Some poster topics for the Excellence Expo include music therapy, television and movie ratings, subliminal messages in movies, and alcohol advertising and the First Amendment.
Research presentations include electronic resources for teaching a high school lesson on cellular biology, the impact of player position on the NFL draft and supporting literacy through technology.
All Expo sessions will be judged based on content, effectiveness, intelligibility, innovation and presentation. An announcement of prizes will be made at the closing ceremony.
For more information regarding the Expo, contact Patricia Kucharski at (860) 465-5264 or email email@example.com.