Scholarly and Creative Activities
Check out this video of SACAD 2014!
The 2015 Scholarly and Creative Activities Day (SACAD) will be held on April 29, 2015. SACAD is the annual celebration of scholarly research and creative activities. The highlight of the day is the poster exhibit in the Memorial Union Ballroom. The posters will be on display all day, and presenters will be available between 1:00 - 3:00 PM. Drawings for door prizes and other special events will also take place during this time. Undergraduate, Graduate and KAMS students, URE participants and Faculty from all four colleges are invited to participate in this event.
The university community is invited to participate in SACAD activities. Students and faculty are encouraged to submit posters, make presentations, and learn more about FHSU research, scholarly and creative activities. Become inspired to do some research.
Posters are due April 3, 2015 and must be submitted using Competition Space. Register with Competition Space here, using an your FHSU e-mail address (NAME@fhsu.edu or NAME@mail.fhsu.edu) to get started. Posters submitted using this link will be printed for free. One poster from each category (Undergraduate, Graduate, URE, KAMS, and Faculty) will receive an award; scores will be based on the SACAD 2014 Judge's Criteria.
Check back often to find out what else is going on during Scholarly and Creative Activities Day (SACAD.)
Schedule of events: Check back later for an updated schedule.
Faculty are encouraged to consider using SACAD to provide out-of-the-classroom opportunities to engage students. Here are a few ways to integrate SACAD into the classroom experience:
- Encourage students to present creative works in the form of projects, recitals, plays, performances, demonstrations, presentations, etc. for in-class credit.
- Provide extra credit or other incentives for attending relevant activities, writing articles for publication, creating web communications, or taking photos/film clips of SACAD events.
- Allow students to write reactions to present in class, or hold a class discussion of ideas and inspirations.
- Require students to attend SACAD events in lieu of class time.
The SACAD Committee welcomes suggestions for future activities. Contact Leslie Paige with questions or suggestions.