Shippensburg University is pleased to announce that the annual Minds@Work student research conference will be held virtually during the week of April 20. Nearly 400 students were preparing for this annual research conference when Ship shifted to digital learning for the remainder of the spring semester.

The event features the achievements of undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines from the sciences to humanities, business, creative arts and human services.

“Student work is worth showcasing and celebrating, and we’re happy to continue this tradition virtually,” said Dr. Marc Renault, professor of mathematics.

Students will have the opportunity to present their poster sessions, oral presentations and panel presentations through recorded Zoom sessions organized by academic departments as well as submit their creative arts for viewing.

The conference is one of the largest of its kind in Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education.

Faculty and students interested in participating in the virtual event can find event and registration information online.