Learn more about the research, projects and scholarly work in which undergraduate students at Northern Arizona University engage at the annual Undergraduate Expo, a weeklong showcase of art, science and community engagement. All the events are free and open to the public.

A number of events happen this week, beginning with the College of Education’s Educate2Act conference from noon to 5 p.m. April 19 at Eastburn Education, room 190. This conference hosted focused on important issues in the field of education. The theme of the event is “Threads of Hope: Unstitching Privilege to Weave Diversity.” Students will present their ideas through talks, essays, workshops, videos, posters, and creative performances.

The Student Water Symposium, which coincides with Earth Week, allows undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines to share their research and collaborate on water resource issues. The keynote address will be given by Tim Palmer, author of “Wild and Scenic Rivers: An American Legacy.” See a full list of events and locations at the Student Water Symposium website.

On Friday, the Honors College will host an interdisciplinary climate change teach-in to encourage climate change conversations among faculty, staff, students and community members from disparate disciplines. The event will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 20 in the Kaibab Room in the University Union Field House. The event is free and open to the public, and participants can register to attend the teach-in online.

Several events are scheduled for next week, starting with the Student Artist Series, which runs from April 25-29. The NAU School of Music is sponsoring a series of performances by students, at various times and locations Monday through Friday. For more information, visit the NAU School of Music’s website.

The BFA Show in the Beasley Gallery, which has an opening reception from 5-7 p.m. April 27, allows students pursuing a bachelor of fine arts degree from the College of Arts & Letters to showcase the results of their capstone projects. The reception will feature artwork of all types. Learn more at the Beasley Gallery’s website.

On Friday, the 10th Annual Undergraduate Symposium, which will be held from 9-11 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. at the Walkup Skydome and the duBois Center, will allow more than 1,000 students from all of the colleges to share their creative discoveries and research results. The activities include poster presentations, exhibits, performances and demonstrations that attest to the breadth of research and innovation happening at NAU. In addition to being judged by people in their fields, there will be a people’s choice award. Visit the Undergraduate Symposium’s website for more information or learn more about some of the research students will present.

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