“Fresh Perspectives,” Bryan’s first undergraduate research conference, will feature 18 presentations on topics ranging in biblical studies, biology, English and Spanish literature, history and psychology. The conference convenes April 15.
Sessions will feature three papers each by students, beginning at 9 a.m. in the Bryan library. Presentations were selected by a faculty committee which reviewed abstracts submitted in March.
The conference will open with remarks by Academic Vice President Dr. Bradford Sample, and will include an address by Dr. David O’Hara, assistant professor of philosophy and classics at Augustina College during a luncheon for conference participants.
Fresh Perspectives is presented by the Bryan Center for Undergraduate Research and is jointly sponsored by the Academic Support Center, Center for Origins Research, and the library.