Display student work in Perkins library

Have your students produced work you’d like to show the world? Display it on the Student Wall in Perkins Library. The Student Wall, on the first floor of Perkins Library, is available for exhibits of work created by students for classes, research or internships and for displays by student organizations related to their projects. Displays will highlight civic engagement, social issues, and experiences closely related to formal coursework.

Students are responsible for producing professional looking materials in whatever size and format that is appropriate to their exhibit as long as it fits on this wall. The materials must be suitable for hanging in this space either backed with a solid material (such as foam core) or placed in frames. Students will be responsible for mounting and taking down the exhibits with help from the library exhibits coordinator. Material will be displayed for a minimum of 3 weeks.

For more information or to schedule a display, contact the exhibits coordinator, Meg Brown.

Andrea Novicki

Author: Andrea Novicki

Andrea helps faculty teach effectively and efficiently. She works primarily with scientists, using her biology background, love of science and teaching experience. Her current enthusiasms include active learning, group learning (especially team-based learning) and assessment.