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38th ANNUAL MEETING
SOCIETY OF FELLOWS OF DYSON COLLEGE
Saturday, March 9, 2019
New York City Campus, Pace University
A conference presentation of student papers, posters, creative works and performances from Dyson courses offered during the 2017-2018 academic year and Fall 2018 semester, or that are the result of special collaborative projects with Dyson faculty in:
- Fine and Performing Arts
- Mathematics and the Natural Sciences
- Social and Behavioral Sciences
About the Annual Meeting
The Annual Meeting of the Society of Fellows is a one-day student research conference that consists of a morning plenary session, a midday poster session, concurrent afternoon panel sessions and a concluding award reception. Students present scholarly research or artistic projects completed under the supervision of a Dyson faculty mentor. The Annual Meeting allows students to share their academic achievements with family, friends, and members of the Pace community and participate in an experience similar to that of presenting at a professional conference. Each presentation is followed by the opportunity for questions and discussion that make the Annual Meeting a learning event for all who attend. To participate, each student must be sponsored by a faculty member and Faculty Sponsors routinely attend the Annual Meeting to support their students. Faculty also may organize a panel if they sponsor several students.
Participation in the Annual Meeting contributes to eligibility to become a Fellow. Learn more about how to quality to become a Fellow of Dyson College on our Membership Information page.
The Society of Fellows of Dyson College of Arts and Sciences is the premier honors organization in the College. The Society fosters undergraduate scholarship in the arts and sciences by providing enriching experiences for students with outstanding academic ability. Participation and membership in the Society of Fellows offers students opportunities to develop critical-thinking skills, and intellectual and artistic creativity as part of a supportive academic community.