LEAD is an academic conference for Neumann University students, staff, faculty and administrators. The goal of LEAD is to establish connections between student and staff who share common interests, with the hope of cultivating working relationships that will help to advance the mission of Neumann University.
LEAD stands for Learning, Exchanging, Achieving and Discussing. These are the pillars of all academic works. By learning, we strive to exchange our ideas and opinions with others. By exchanging these ideas, we achieve success in our fields. Once we achieve success, we continue to discuss our works so we can pass our knowledge to the next generation.
The symposium is designed to allow participants to provide a visual overview of their work, and to offer the opportunity to discuss their work in a less formal setting than that of a conference-style presentation. Participants will present their work on 36” x 48” trifold poster boards, available from Dr. Richard Sayers in Bachmann 163. (Participants must provide their own push pins, clips, etc.) Boards are to be returned following the symposium. Participants will display their posters in the Atrium of the Mirenda Center on Tuesday, April 25 from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m., and are expected to be present for the duration. The Neumann community is invited to attend.
All are welcome to attend this free symposium.