At the end of the academic year, students in the Sophomore Scholars in Residence (SSIR) communities present their research and group projects to the University community. These capstone presentations provide an outlet for students to showcase their significant achievements beyond regular classroom work. These achievements may take a variety of forms, including results of research activities, creative achievements, performances, digital storytelling, documentary films, or other media.
The SSIR capstone presentation is from the Disaster, Memory and Popular Culture class, taught by professor Melissa Ooten, Ph.D.
SSIR capstone presentations are open to all members of the University community, as well as the public.
Contact: Andrew Gurka, Director of Living-Learning Programs, (804) 289-8415