Undergraduate Research History of Previous Celebrations
Since 2001, the Wabash community has gathered the last Friday afternoon of January to share in the impressive work of Wabash students at the Celebration of Student Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work. By vote of the faculty, afternoon classes are cancelled on this day so that all members of the community may attend. The 2007 Celebration had the added significance of being featured as part of the activities for Inauguration Weekend, culminating with President White’s official inauguration on Saturday January 27, 2007.
From the 2007 Celebration: Tony Caldwell explains his research (Investigation of MAPKKK-alpha Gene Interactions with Phosphatase Mutants Using a Two-Hybrid Approach) to President White.
Read news articles and view photo albums on the Celebrations in 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007 and 2006 as well as a preview and report on the 2005 Celebration. The Winter/Spring 2001 Wabash Magazine also featured a story on the Celebration entitled Student Research and Creative Work Celebration is "Vintage Wabash".
+Presentations includes Musical and Theatrical Performances
*Posters includes Artistic Exhibitions