GWC aims to foster awareness, skills and confidence in its students to create long-term solutions for the betterment of society. As a close-knit community committed to making positive changes through learning, GWC believes in teaching students to live out their education, through field experiences, volunteer projects and internships. To showcase what they have learned this year, undergraduate, graduate and doctoral GWC students will present their explorations of topics and social entrepreneurship ventures at the fourth annual Research and Project Exhibition at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, April 25 in the Beasley Campus Center.
“By presenting their work to wider audience, students are able to develop greater confidence in their presentation abilities, leading to further possibilities in numerous career fields,” said Chair and Assistant Professor of Outdoor Recreation Leadership and Management Christopher Wells. “It’s also an excellent networking opportunity and a chance for them to share their work with members of the community.”
Students will present a range of topics related to their degrees as well as social entrepreneurship projects that are infused throughout the general education curriculum. This curriculum incorporates interdisciplinary learning with service to society at the forefront. All are welcome to attend this free event.