This is a CLT event in collaboration with the University of Delaware (PBL@UD). This intensive two-day workshop experience is open to all faculty members and facilitated by international experts in the field of problem-based learning from the University of Delaware for STEM and other fields. PBL is a learner-centered teaching practice where students collaboratively engage in solving complex and challenging real-world problems. The goal is to facilitate knowledge and skill transfer to our faculty members through this immersive and interactive experience.
Details of the application and selection process will be announced shortly.
The Annual AUC Research Conference invites graduate student and faculty research submissions on the theme of "community." The aim of the conference is to provide an exchange platform for relevant, interdisciplinary and multi-stakeholder research and policy debates on the region’s community development efforts. The conference seeks to identify success indicators and best practices and elicit innovative solutions that solve critical community challenges facing the region. The conference includes both plenary sessions targeting an audience of policymakers, the business community and civil society, as well as parallel academic sessions targeting researchers and students. To read the description of the annual conference click here.
Faculty members from all disciplines are invited to present a two-minute pitch of a new product, research idea or invention to a panel of judges. The pitch competition is designed to disseminate faculty work and ideas to the general public. Competition winners are awarded in the closing session of Research Week.
This is a day event within Research Week celebrating faculty and student creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Faculty, graduate and undergraduate students are invited to present at any/many of the following Creatopia activities:
Science Innovation Fair
Music Composition Concert
Film and Documentary Screening
Art, Photography and Architectural Design Exhibition
Play-testing Educational Games
The Academy of Liberal Arts (ALA) is committed to delivering a high quality and transformative educational experience for students to help them become globally engaged citizens. The ALA Symposium brings together into one cohesive and connective thread, the scholarship of ALA faculty members, who showcase AUC’s focus on the liberal arts and language instruction. Accordingly, research, creative work, integrative learning practices, community engagement, pedagogy, and cross-disciplinary collaborative partnerships are the foci of high-impact practices within the ALA.
This competition invites undergraduate and graduate students to present their research using posters. Research posters are a common medium of presentation which engage a "walking" audience through text and attractive visuals. The research posters will be judged by a panel of evaluators, and the awardees celebrated in the closing session of Research Week. For more information, click here
The Annual Conference for Excellence in Undergraduate Research, Entrepreneurship and Creative Achievement (EURECA) is an opportunity for students to present their best discipline-based research work. Presentations that employ critical analysis, a sound research process and logical presentation are considered for EURECA. For more information, click here.
The First-Year Research Experience (FYRE) panels feature oral presentations by Freshman students who have completed research-based projects in any 1000-level course including the following: RHET 1020, Pathways 1, Pathways 2, Scientific Thinking, Philosophical Thinking, Seminar 1023, Seminar 1099, Seminar 1110 or any other 1000-level course.