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High-Achieving LVC Students to be Recognized at Inquiry 2014
03.27.14 |
Lebanon Valley College will showcase the accomplishments of hundreds of high-achieving students during Inquiry 2014, the College’s celebration of the scholarly, scientific, and creative achievements of the student body. Inquiry 2014 begins Sunday, March 30, and coincides with the Council for Undergraduate Research's recognition of student research and achievement. A culminating symposium will take place Thursday, April 10 in the LVC Gymnasium at 6 p.m.

"At its heart, Inquiry is focused on academic excellence and acknowledging the importance of our students' innovative work. In addition to recognizing students' scholastic achievements, we will induct students to national and international honor societies and present awards during the annual spring awards and recognition ceremony," Ann Damiano, associate dean for the academic affairs, said.

Inquiry 2014 includes honor society inductions, Doorways to Diversity – a special project by digital communications students, an artist talk in conjunction with the Gallery exhibit “Stacy Levy: Collaborations with Nature,” the annual awards ceremony, a culminating symposium of student research and original work, a variety of musical events, and Wig and Buckle's production of "A Doll’s House." The symposium will include representatives from each academic department, as well as students who have completed internships and study abroad experiences.

Student publications and conference presentations will be on display in the College's Vernon and Doris Bishop Library, and the public is welcome to view the exhibit. Community members are also invited to the various concerts and recitals, Wig and Buckle play, and the April 10 Symposium.

For a full schedule of events and list of Inquiry 2014 participants, visit

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