ABOUT THE SHOWCASE
In 2014, Franklin University hosted its first ever Learning Showcase. The Learning Showcase is designed to commemorate Students, Alumni, Administration, Faculty and Partners' accomplishments, increase the undergraduate and graduate scholarship, enhance community collaborations, through a celebration of learning and leading, and encourage cross and interdisciplinary discovery. The 2014 Learning Showcase was a resounding success. With over 100 posters, several hundred attendees, and feedback that showed a positive impact on both the students and community, we are dedicated to continuing this important event.
We are delighted to invite you to participate in the 2016 Franklin University Learning Showcase: A Celebration of Discovery, Transformation and Success. The event will be held at the Main Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library on October 7, 2016. There will be a reception to follow.
This event honors the innovative work of students, faculty, nonprofit, government and business partners both in the United States and abroad. It provides a unique opportunity to encourage and foster partnerships and collaborations among universities, colleges and industry while including those who may not normally have a venue for recognition and sharing of ideas, theories, research, evaluations and other societal contributions. No other event connects these populations in such a dynamic and welcoming manner.
Dr. Karen Miner-Romanoff, Chair