Inquiry 2014 celebrates student research and achievement at Lebanon Valley College. Inquiry 2014 events run from Sunday, March 30th - Saturday, April 12th.
To celebrate Inquiry 2014, Bishop Library has collected student papers or posters published or presented at conferences. So far, 81 LVC student author (or co-author) works are on display. You'll find student works on the wooden shelves directly in front of the DVD collection. Stop by and take a look.
Also be sure to check out the Inquiry 2014 LibGuide to learn more about the Inquiry program, LVC Arnold grants, honor societies and a complete listing of student publications.
The following Inquiry events will take place at Bishop Library:
Tuesday, April 1st
Undergraduate Philosophy Research Symposium, 4 p.m., Bishop Library Atrium
Students from the yearlong Symposium on Race and Religion will present their original research on the subject. Professor J. Kameron Carter (Duke Divinity School), author of "Race: A Theological Account," will serve as the official respondent to the student presentations. This event is free and open to the public.
Monday, April 7th
Sigma Iota Rho Honor Society Induction, 4 p.m., Bishop Library Atrium
Students will be inducted to the international studies honor society.
Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society Induction, 5:30 p.m., Bishop Library Atrium
Students will be inducted to the political science honor society.
Tuesday, April 8th
Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society Induction, 11 a.m., Bishop Library, Frock Conference Room
Students will be inducted to the English honor society.
Theta Alpha Kappa Honor Society Induction, 6:30 p.m., Bishop Library Atrium
Students will be inducted to the religion honor society.
Thursday, April 10th
Alpha Kappa Delta Honor Society Induction, 11 a.m., Bishop Library Atrium
Students will be inducted to the sociology honor society.
For a complete schedule of Inquiry 2014 events, go to http://www.lvc.edu/inquiry.