More than 70 students showcased their research and creative work at this year’s Student Academic Conference in April.
The end-of-the-year two-day event gave students across multiple disciplines in the College of Business, College of Health, CIMS, and the College of Arts and Sciences an opportunity to share their talent or findings to an audience of peers and faculty.
On April 26, film students Rafael Salis and Tyler Cornelous-Wilcox each premiered their original films. Salis’s film combined moving and still images to show a woman going through a relationship. Cornelous-Wilcox’s film was a visual journey of a young man who must overcome the emotional trauma of his past before the biological cycle continues.
At Spivey Hall, music students performed works from the opera entitled La Périchole.
On April 27, oral and poster presentations were held around campus displaying scientific research. Presentations discussed a number of topics, including morality in video games, the school to prison pipeline, and the world of bats.
Keynote speaker Teresa Lewis, director of supply chain for Grady Health System, spoke about the connection between the arts and supply chain.