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Seniors: Apply to the Theories in Action Conference!

February 11, 2010

THEORIES IN ACTION INFORMATION SESSION:
FEB 17TH 5:30PM AND FEB. 18TH AT NOON
BOTH AT J. WALTER WILSON 310

Theories in Action is an academic conference for undergraduates to present their capstone projects campus-wide. The conference aims to attract students who are doing work they believe has relevance to various communities—peers and scholars both within and outside their academic discipline, practitioners working in the field, and/or community members.
Over the course of two days, selected seniors will present their work in individual and group-run sessions, and another group of seniors will share their projects through roundtable discussions or the conference poster session.

For the purpose of this conference, a capstone project may include the following:
• Independent study
• Thesis
• Campus or National Fellowship
• Department Prize Winner
• Grant Project (Creative Arts Council, Research at Brown, etc.)
• Art installation
• GISP/ISP
• Final Theater/Dance/Vocal Performance
• Community Service Project (Winter Breaks Project, Swearer Center Coordinator, etc.)
• Long-Term Event Coordinator (Heritage Months & Weeks, etc.)

For more information contact:

Peggy Chang (Margaret_Chang@brown.edu), Curricular Resource Center Director

Amanda Machado ’10 (amandaemachado01@gmail.com), Student Conference Coordinator
Nikkisha Smith ’10 (Nikkisha_Smith@brown.edu), Student Conference Coordinator

Online and paper applications are now available!
Online Application: http://brown.edu/Administration/Dean_of_the_College/crc/theories_in_action/
Paper Application: http://brown.edu/Administration/Dean_of_the_College/crc/theories_in_action/conference_application.pdf

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