Experiential Learning and Engaged Citizen Showcase

The Engaged Citizen Showcase is an opportunity for students in engaged citizen classes to display and receive feedback about the research they have done in their classes. The session is in Parents Hall, Olmsted on Tuesday, April 15 from 4:00 until 5:00 (with time to set-up prior to the showcase set aside from 3:30 to 4:00). In addition, this year we are combining the event with the Experiential Learning Showcase. That event ends with a program where hors d’oeuvres are served and awards are given out to community partners, faculty and student organizations who promote experiential learning at Drake. Those participating in the Engaged Citizen Showcase are welcome to stay for the program. You need to register by Friday, April 4 in order to allow us to make sure the space is set up properly. (We will provide materials to put materials on the wall, if that is how you are displaying your work, and signs that list the name(s) and title of the research presentation.)


University News
October 24, 2016
Awards season just got more exciting for students in Drake’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Two of Drake’s student publications earned top national honors, while students and faculty in the public relations program earned regional in-state awards.