LTU’s 3rd Annual Research Day, which occurred on April 10, was a resounding success. Sponsored by the Research Support Services Committee (RSSC) and the Office of the Provost, this year’s Research Day was made possible through a generous corporate sponsorship from MAHLE.
The event featured a Presidential Colloquium invited keynote address by Professor Dale Gyure of the Department of Architecture, a Plenary presentation on Course-Based Undergraduate Research by the Dean and faculty from the CAS, and 27 oral presentations and 37 poster presentations by faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students from all four of colleges.
Research Day was produced by Matthew Cole and Marija Franetovic, Co-Chairs of the Research Support Services Committee.
Research Day is very important to the future of Lawrence Tech because scholarship and teaching are mutually sustaining endeavors. As Lawrence Tech President Moudgil said in his opening remarks, Research Day is an important forum for students and faculty to express the Practice side of the University’s Theory and Practice motto.
The COM faculty and graduate students presented 4 oral presentations and 6 poster presentations.