LHU hosted its 8th annual Celebration of Scholarship around campus on April 22, which allowed students to share what they’ve learned in classes with students, staff and faculty.
The event takes place all around campus and various mediums of presentation are possible, including posters, performance and displays.
All presentations were scheduled so that students could attend the keynote speaker, Neil Maher. Maher is an environmental historian, professor at two universities and published author. His book, “Nature’s New Deal”, won him a fellowship at the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History at Harvard University. The book focuses on how Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s policies created the Civilian Conservation Corps and the impact it has had on the environment.
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