Inquiry: Celebrating Student Research, Scholarship, and Creativity

Inquiry is a two-week celebration of student research, scholarship, and creative achievement coinciding with the Council for Undergraduate Research's week-long celebration of student accomplishments.  

Inquiry 2016 begins on April 3, 2016 with the Phi Alpha Epsilon honor society induction and concludes on Sunday, April 17.  The two-week period includes induction ceremonies into national and international academic honor societies, poetry readings, musical recitals, and oral research presentations.  The departmental awards ceremony is scheduled for Thursday, April 14, followed by the Inquiry symposium.  At the symposium, close to 200 undergraduates from every academic department display their work to an audience of faculty, peers, Trustees, administrators, and friends of the College.  

Inquiry is a signature event that showcases the diverse talents of LVC students.

Student Reflections:

Each year, several students write reflections about their Inquiry projects. Read this year's reflections: "m o p e: a remix of Frank O'Hara" by Hunter Heath '16,  Kalo Creative by Meghan Baron '15 and Melissa Schielzo '15, and Discovering the History of LVC Athletics by Cody Stryker '16.

Student Participants: