Family and friends are invited to attend tomorrow, July 23rd, 2015.
Advertising & Design
1:30-2:15 pm in Room 501
The students will be showcasing their print and interactive spec work via digital portfolios in an open house format. Guests are invited to browse their creations and speak with students one-on-one about their ideational processes.
Art History/Photography/Fine Arts
WANDERLUST – The work of the Fine Arts and Photography students will be on display from 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm in the McCagg Gallery. The Art History Major class composed wall text for the works to be hung by the fine arts students in their final exhibition, referencing masterpieces they studied to help the viewer see the budding artist’s work in the larger comparative art history context. There will be refreshments for all served at the Art Gallery lobby from 3:30 pm to 4:00 pm.
3:45-4:00 pm in the Student Dining Room
What are the root causes of crime? How does criminal justice enforcement work? Come hear the students’ final project that emphasized both qualitative and quantitative research methods.
3:30-3:45 pm in the Student Dining Room
After an in-depth study of genetics and genethics, the genetics students explored how genetics are portrayed in popular movies. Come hear their opinions and a critical review, exploring the accuracy of the depiction of genetics, ethical issues and the potential effects on the general public of these genetic issues. How does genetics affect our health, our life, and our world?
3:45-4:15 pm in the Oval
Do states have the right to intervene in other states to prevent genocide, ethnic cleansing or mass murder? Should the United States use military force to address the conflicts in Syria and South Sudan? Hear representatives from the US State Department, Congress and academic community debate and formulate US policy on military intervention for humanitarian purposes.
2:40-3:30 pm in the Oval
Moot Court – simulated court proceedings with oral argument component – Come watch the criminal trial of Dustin Lieber. Burglar or Innocent? The Court of New Oxbridge will decide!
2:15-2:35 pm in the Oval
Watch these future physicians demonstrate CPR and other skills they learned over the course of the summer. You might even learn how to save a life! Free blood pressure tests available for program participants!
Math and Engineering/Sports Business
4:20-4:40 in the Student Dining Room
With the Sports Business students as their clients, come see the innovative designs for a revenue producing sports facility designed by the Math and Engineering students.
1:30-2:10 and 4:45-5:30 pm in the Oval
Step into the Shark Tank! Come watch aspiring entrepreneurs from the Finance class and the International Business class seek investments for the growth of their business models or product line from the tycoon investor sharks. Experience the drama of pitch meetings! Welcome to the Tank! Watch the feeding frenzy!
Science and the Future
4:30-4:45 in the Main Lobby
Check out the poster displays of current scientific advancement and predictions for the future trends of technology. Explore a wide range of revolutionary ideas in science and technology – everything from genetically modified organisms to smart electronics, nanotechnology, sustainable energy, artificial intelligence, robotics and much, much more! Explore the magic in science world.
Musical Theater and Filmmaking
7:30 in the Oval
Come attend The Musical Theater and Motion Picture Extravaganza for a wonderful collection, true to the New York Experience, of musical performances and short films on the big screen!
Photos and more will be posted!