Each spring, the Undergraduate Studies Department presents its annual Student Showcase featuring exceptional examples of our students’ scholarship and creative work in poster sessions, art installations, readings, multimedia, and oral presentations. This event is a highlight of the year, when the AULA community gets a glimpse of some of the most impressive fruits of learning that have recently sprung up in our classrooms, internships, independents studies, and prior learning. The event is open to the public, and everyone is welcome – students, faculty, staff, administrators, alumni, community college guests, community partners, and anyone who is interested in seeing what’s new in our classrooms.
Prospective students are warmly invited to attend the Open House and information session held in conjunction with the Showcase. There is no better way to find out about AULA’s learning community than to attend this event and see first-hand examples of how our students bring their unique interests and passions into their academic work, and achieve often-brilliant results because of the depth of their engagement in their projects.
If you are interested in attending the Showcase, check the AULA calendar in the spring for specific details. Prospective students who wish to attend the annual Open House and information session should check with the Admissions Office for details and to register to attend.