Below is an announcement from Lasell University:
NEWTON, MA — The Lasell University Spring Symposium, “The Invention of Now,” was held at the end of the semester to showcase student scholarship in various fields and present research projects to the greater community.
The following Wilmington students presented work:
Kyra Walsh performed in an original virtual musical theater cabaret, “Just Another Day,” in collaboration with Regis College and directed by Lasell alumna Jamie Nicole Imperato ’15.
Victoria Capone participated in a video presentation, “What Does Conscious Awareness Mean To Me?” as one of Lasell University’s resident assistants.
Beverly Banks shared their Honors Program component, a presentation on the digital publication Laser Focus and the role of digital media in connecting people through stories. Banks also studied various aspects of personality from a psychological perspective and created a resource, presented at Symposium, designed to help others achieve happiness or fulfill a goal in their lives. Banks produced a website about maximizing self-efficacy. In addition, Banks shared a presentation on Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore and the ways in which the author’s work explores both the lure and agony of globalization.
The Spring Connected Learning Symposium is one of two annual research symposia held at Lasell University. Student presentations provide scholarly insights into a variety of industry topics, and showcase practical skills and career competencies across those industries.
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