IdeaFest Celebrates 25 Years of Academic Research and Creative Scholarship
“The Center for Academic and Global Engagement is remarkably proud to assist with the planning and preparation of this event,” said Mark Maxon, director of CAGE. “Kim Albracht, our Assistant Director for Undergraduate Research, and graduate assistant Sami Lenz, have led the assembling of what we hope is a fabulous showcase of the hard work, ingenuity, collaborative spirit, and drive shown by our students and their mentors.”
Jorge Huerta, Chancellor’s Associate Professor of Theatre Emeritus at the University of California, San Diego, will present the keynote address Wednesday, April 5, at 4 p.m. in the Muenster University Center Ballroom. Huerta’s lecture is titled “The Role of the Artist in a Society in Crisis.”
The faculty keynote address will be delivered by Brennan Jordan, Associate Professor of Earth Sciences on Thursday, April 6, at 3:30 p.m. at the Muenster University Center Ballroom.
IdeaFest is sponsored by the Provost & Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Vice-President for Research & Sponsored Programs, Center for Academic and Global Engagement, USD Graduate School and various other campus partners. For additional information, please visit IdeaFest’s website.
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