Academic Symposium

Celebrating Student Work

Due to COVID-19, Academic Symposium – an annual celebration of the work of Saint Michael’s College students – will be held virtually this year.

More than 100 students will present work from across all disciplines on Friday, April 24th and Saturday, April 25th. Students will present in e-Poster sessions, Zoom presentations and pre-recorded videos.

For more information and to see all of the presentations, go to https://smcvt.instructure.com/courses/12449.


Academic Symposium features everything from a book presentation on learning disabilities to a poster presentation on Tibetan maternal healthcare to a feature film on the ice climbing industry. Through the event, you get an idea of all that a Saint Michael’s student can accomplish.

In a normal year, the three-day event features work from over 300 hundred students showing off final projects, semester-long research and Study Abroad experiences. Other students, faculty, staff and community members buzz around campus to take in all of the work – allowing Saint Michael’s students to fully showcase their academic success.


 

Interested in seeing the work Saint Michael’s student’s produce? Check out the videos below for some examples of Academic Symposium presentations:

Political Science – What Happened to Hungary and Poland?
By Liam Cahill

Environmental Science – Social, Economic and Environmental Sustainability of Various Mulch Types.
By Lindsey St. Pierre

English – Creative Writing Awards
Will Marquess Award for Excellence in Prose Writing – Ariel Wish ’20
John Engels Award for Excellence in Poetry Writing – Madeline Walker de Hughes ’21