April 27, 2019
Graceland University student scholars from a variety of academic disciplines were selected to present their research and work to an audience of fellow students, faculty and visitors for the annual Scholars’ Showcase, a day dedicated to academic work and achievement on Graceland’s Lamoni, Iowa, campus.
The goal of Scholars’ Showcase is to develop a culture of high-quality research, scholarship and creative activities. The showcase is an opportunity for students and professors to professionally demonstrate their scholarly works for the entire campus to see, and enables all schools to see each other’s work in one place. Scholarly works are represented by posters, presentations, demonstrations, senior projects, art shows, musical instrument recitals and more.
Local students invited to participate are listed below:
Ella Buckner of Lees Summit was selected for an oral presentation in Humanities: Food Insecurity in America .
Natalie Harper of Lees Summit was selected for an oral presentation in Humanities: The Inhumanities of Humane Societies.
Allen Retzler of Lees Summit was selected for an oral presentation in Science and Math: Computer Colors Incorrect by Default.
Dylan Fox of Lees Summit was selected for a demonstration in Science and Math: Brain Breaksa poster session in Science and Math: Mobile Application Development.
Kayla Schaefer of Lees Summit was selected for a poster session in Science and Math: The Impact of Mindful Meditation on Heart Rate, Systolic Blood Pressure, Emotional Reactiveness and Mindfulness.
Founded in 1895 and sponsored by Community of Christ, Graceland University in Lamoni, Iowa, is more than just a school. It is a community of passionate, caring and dedicated individuals who put their relationships with students first. Campuses are located in Lamoni, Iowa, and Independence, Missouri. For more information and to see additional student achievements, follow @gracelandu on Twitter and like Graceland University on Facebook, or visit www.graceland.edu.