USD IdeaFest Celebrates Student Intellectual and Creative Achievements
USD undergraduate and graduate students in a wide array of disciplines will present their work in oral and poster presentations, live performances, readings, exhibits and displays. Most activities take place in the Muenster University Center.
The public is welcome to witness student presentations, and to learn about the passion and knowledge of USD students.
A highlight of IdeaFest is the keynote speech, delivered April 15 at 4 pm in the Muenster University Center. This year’s speaker is Dr. Jacquelynne S. Eccles, a nationally recognized researcher. Her topic is “STEM and Gender: Understanding Young People’s Career Choices”.
For more information and a complete schedule, go to: www.usd.edu/ideafest
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