UC Student Impact Symposium showcases student impact March 27

Presentations and poster session highlight learning outside the classroom

The University of Cincinnati Division of Student Affairs will host the 4th annual Student Impact Symposium from 5-7 p.m., Wednesday, March 27, in TUC's Great Hall.

Students, faculty, staff, family members and local employers and community members are invited to attend. Students will showcase their impact and learning outside of the classroom through their experiences with student organizations, and individual or small group accomplishments. All projects align with the values of diversity, integrity, growth, leadership and/or community.

Students will participate in a poster session and engage in demonstrations and dialogue with the audience about their impact and achieved learning outcomes. Following the poster session, guests will enjoy a reception and hear brief remarks from three dynamic speakers. Prizes will be awarded ranging from $50 to $300.

For more information, contact Dr. Nicole Ausmer.

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