Quest 2010

Earth sciences professor Diane Boyer and two summer scholarsQuest, Oswego's signature academic symposium, has surveyed and celebrated student and faculty scholarly and creative achievement in a day packed with presentations each April for three decades.

A record 387 students made presentations at Quest 2010, often in collaboration with other students or faculty. The presentations included demonstrations, creative displays, performances, competitions and panel discussions.

New in 2010 were the Sustainability Fair and an international session, with nine papers by international scholars and study-abroad students. Several presentations were available both live and online through Second Life.

The day's activities fully engaged students in the processes and methods that produce important research, serious scholarship and vigorous creative work.

Photo: A robot from the college's human-computer interaction program captures the interest of freshmen at Quest.

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