Monmouth University’s fourth annual Scholarship Week celebrating student accomplishments in research, the arts, and service learning will take place April 22-28. The weeklong conference will highlight student-faculty collaboration and celebrate students’ academic work both inside and outside of the classroom.
Students’ scholarly contributions in research, writing, service learning, experiential learning (i.e., study abroad, internships), musical and theater productions, art, student development and leadership, student clubs, and more are all part of this event. Students will present their work through poster sessions, panels, presentations, and performances at nearly 40 events to be held across campus throughout the week. All events are free and open to public.
Featured events include:
- The Global Scholarship Showcase that will highlight students’ achievements as part of study abroad, international activities, and departmental club activities. It will feature students who are engaged in global learning activities and will take place Monday, April 22.
- Hawk Talks, which are TED-talk style lectures, will be presented by undergraduate and graduate students in this premier interdisciplinary event. Scheduled for Wednesday, April 24, this program highlights the diversity of events offered throughout the conference and spans all disciplines.
- The Interprofessional Exhibition will unite the Schools of Social Work, Education, and Nursing and Health Studies for a poster session highlighting students’ research and practice reflections on Thursday, April 25.
- The Service Learning Showcase on Friday, April 26 is an interdisciplinary event where students will reflect on their service learning course experiences.