Westminster Student Showcase
Portfolios | Research | Creative Works
Events across campus all day on Friday, April 22 beginning at 9:00 a.m.
Celebrate students' professional experiences and academic achievements during the Westminster Student Showcase, featuring student presentations, discussions, exhibits, and performances throughout the day and across campus.
Vieve Gore Concert Hall
This will include an introduction from the president, an acknowledgement of sponsors, such as Wells Fargo, and a keynote talk from alumna Babs De Lay.
Get to Know You Reception and Breakfast
Pastries and coffee will be served.
Presentations and Exhibit
10:15 a.m.–12:45 p.m.
The central piece of the showcase will occur from 10:15-12:45 and will include an exhibit space (with two posters sessions), performances (there will be a baby grand on the 2nd floor and other instrumentalists), a reading room, pre-recorded videos, and two concurrent panel sessions in which students will give oral presentations with 2-3 other students.
There will also be a student jazz ensemble playing during the lunch.
Senior Art Exhibit
Artists will be available to discuss their capstone art pieces.
School of Arts & Sciences Outstanding student awards are given at the end of each academic year, as a way for programs to acknowledge outstanding work by students.
Communication and Arts Administration Portfolio Showcase
HWAC Special Events Room
Come see the Communication and Arts Adminstration senior portfolios. This is an open house format, please drop by to visit with the students and see the amazing work they do.
Join us for food, cocktails and live music at the Alumni House and celebrate several years of hard work! Registration is required for this event.
Unfurl - Dance Company Concert
Westminster Dance Company is back on the big stage joined by dancers of Snow College with works by Dmitri Peskov, Allison Shir, Courtney Mazeika, Carly Schaub and guests artists with Salt Lake Ballet Cooperative.
Present at the Showcase
The Westminster Student Showcase gives you the opportunity to share your research and experiences with the campus community. The showcase recognizes the academic achievement of engaging in high-level research projects, creative activities, and unique internships with the guidance of program faculty. Students from all academic programs may participate. Projects do not have to be complete—you can present your work at whatever stage it is in at the time of the showcase.
Presentations and posters can be based on substantive in-class papers, senior capstone and internships, scientific research, thesis work, independent study projects, dance performances, theatre performances, music performances, short films, photographs, paintings, collages, and community service activities. Contact Kathryn Julian at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Abstract Submission Form
The Westminster Student Showcase is sponsored by Wells Fargo.