From: Public Affairs
Seniors in the Integrated Science and Technology, Intelligence Analysis and Geographic Science Programs will present more than 100 senior projects at the annual Senior Capstone Symposium.
Friday, April 13, 2012
The all-day event begins at 9 a.m.
Classrooms in the ISAT/CS Building and the Health and Human Services Building
Seniors create these projects with guidance from their senior capstone advisors in the Department of Integrated Science and Technology and the Intelligence Analysis and Geographic Science programs.
The symposium is designed to give the seniors a venue in which they can display their talents and show what they have learned. Another, more far-reaching purpose is to serve as a networking forum as the seniors propose solutions to real-life problems in business, industry and the private sector.
Some of the projects that will be presented in the symposium are: design and creation of websites, interactive CD-ROMs, databases and technology-based business plans that address issues in areas such as energy, the environment, biotechnology, engineering and manufacturing, information knowledge management, telecommunications, health, human-environment interaction, geospatial technology, national security and defense intelligence.
The symposium is open to the public and to representatives of businesses and industries who want to scout for talented, top-notch seniors.
For further information, call Fasha Strange at (540) 568-2790 or send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.