The Honors Program has partnered with the Geology Department and Science Seminar to bring you Highline’s inaugural Student Research and Creative Works Symposium. The symposium showcases students’ academic accomplishments for the Highline community and the general public. It includes poster presentations and art exhibits. Light refreshments will be available at each event.
8:30 am–2:45 pm — Geology Poster Session
Highline students from geoscience classes exhibit their end of year projects. Topics include a variety of geologic issues such as local natural hazards, alternative energy, superfund cleanups, and Northwest rocks and minerals.
12:15–1:15 pm — Honors Poster Session
Honors students share and talk about their individual and/or collaborative interdisciplinary research, creative expressions, and/or professional projects with the greater Highline College community.
1:20–2:35 pm — Science Seminar
Science Seminar is a weekly set of presentations by Highline faculty about an area in their field of expertise. The presentations are designed to illustrate the cutting edge of science, technology and medicine for a general audience. Engage with students and their scientific posters, as part of our end-of-year celebration of science at Highline.
Location: Building 8, Mt. Constance & Mt. Olympus