Wednesday, April 20, and Thursday, April 21, 2022 • Virtual event
Inver Hills Community College is hosting the Annual Student/Faculty Research Conference Wednesday, April 20, and Thursday, April 21, 2022. This year’s event will be virtual. This spring’s conference theme is Technology, Learning, and the Promise of Higher Ed. Our keynote speakers are Derek Bruff, assistant provost and executive director of the Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching, and Bill Laboon, director of education and community at Web3 Foundation.
The Annual Student/Faculty Research Conference is dedicated to the growth and development of students and faculty in the search for wisdom through the sharing and scrutiny of academic research. The conference provides participants an opportunity to improve skills such as communication, organization, public presentation, active listening, and the importance of questioning general assumptions and basic argumentative structures.
Traditionally our Annual Student/Faculty Research Conference has been held on our campus at Inver Hills. Things changed quickly in 2020, however, and with campus closing we were forced to decide whether or not to continue with the conference. We chose to soldier on and held a shortened version last April on the heels of the shutdown. This April, 20–21, 2022 we are hoping to host a lively, student focused conference exploring the issues of Technology and what they mean for the Promise of Higher Education in the 21st Century.
WHEN: April 20 & April 21, 2022
WHERE: Virtual via Zoom
Annual Student/Faculty Research Conference LINKS