University of Lynchburg will celebrate student accomplishment on Wednesday during Red Letter Day.
The day includes the 18th annual Student Scholar Showcase, which will feature student presentations of research and creative work throughout the day. Eighty-nine students will present posters, and 92 will give talks about their work. Topics include false confessions, the changing role of women in Spanish TV commercials, astronomy, the metabolic costs of high intensity interval Tabata training, and the effect of hydrogen peroxide on the home brewing process.
The student scholar showcase will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in several places around campus, including Memorial Ballroom in Hall Campus Center; Hopwood Auditorium; and three locations in Schewel Hall, including Sydnor Performance Hall, Faculty Resource Room 231, and room 232. Classes will not be held Wednesday so students can attend the presentations.
For more information, including a detailed schedule of the presentations, visit the Student Scholar Showcase web page.
Red Letter Day concludes with a picnic for students, faculty, and staff from 4:30 to 7 p.m. on the Dell.