The Alenda Lux Symposium is an all-campus celebration of the research and creative work of students at Davidson College. The symposium consolidates different poster fairs and other presentations of student work into one event, demonstrating Davidson’s commitment to supporting original research, creative endeavors, and transdisciplinary collaboration done by our students.
For more information, please contact Prof. Verna Case, Associate Dean and Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Chris Alexander (Political Science/International Programs)
Mario Belloni (Physics/Natural Sciences)
Helen Cho (Anthropology/Social Sciences)
Ann Marie Costa (Theatre/Humanities)
Stephanie Glaser (Campus and Community Relations)
Patricia Hoke (Corporate/Foundation Relations)
Fuji Lozada (Anthropology/Environmental Studies/Center for Interdisciplinary Studies)
Sherry Nelson (Arts and Creative Engagement)
Stacey Riemer (Center for Civic Engagement)
Mark Sample (Digital Studies)
Dave Wessner (Biology/Natural Sciences)