Sharing your work at Theories in Action
There are two opportunities to present your work:
1. Students can be grouped in Roundtables, where seniors who have worked on similar subjects across many different methods or disciplines will discuss their individual work, and then engage in a moderated conversation about their learning, development, and Brown experience.
For example, a Roundtable on Childhood Obesity could involve someone who participated in Tri-Lab, another who did community work in Providence through the Swearer Center, someone who wrote a thesis on the topic in Public Health, etc. Students on Roundtables will work collectively to set up the format and style of their presentation.
2. Students also have the opportunity to present their work in a Poster Session. Students who have posters due to their thesis are encouraged to present, while students who have not but are interested in presenting their work through this method will have the opportunity to develop and present their own posters. The CRC has funding available to print your Poster, and it does not need to be done when you apply.