University Libraries & The Petersheim Academic Exposition

The 27th annual edition of the Petersheim Academic Exposition and its theme of: “Share, Honor, Unite,” will take place from Monday, April 24 – Friday, April 28, 2023. This annual celebration of scholastic accomplishments involves the entire Seton Hall University community including undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, administrators, and staff from among the various disciplines.

The following panels are dedicated to accomplishments associated with the University Libraries or feature individuals representing our repository in chronological order . . .

Exploring the Historical Development of U.S. Higher Education – Student Panel

Monday, April 24th = 2:00-3:00 p.m. Walsh Library, Second Floor Commons Area

In this session, a panel of master’s and doctoral students of Higher Education will share their research exploring various facets of the history of American higher education. Panelists will share work on wide-ranging topics including the historical development of: U.S. colleges serving students with disabilities, Greek life at Seton Hall, higher education in prisons, women in postsecondary STEM subjects and courses, remote work in higher education, and the development of the Catholic Archdiocese of Newark’s higher education system in the 1800s and the 1900s. 

Ethics Across the Disciplines: Expert Faculty Session

Tuesday, April 25th = 10:00-11:00 a.m.

In this session, faculty experts from a variety of disciplines come together to discuss ethical considerations within their own disciplines and the possibilities of commonalities across different kinds of ethics and ethics in research. This expert panel includes:

  • LaMar Bolden, Assistant Professor, Department of Occupational Therapy
  • John Buschman, Associate Provost for Research and Innovation and Dean of University Libraries
  • Sulie Chang, Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
  • Madison Krall, Assistant Professor of Communication
  •  Link To Attend Via Teams Video = Click here to join the event

DataLab Showcase – Presented by University Libraries 

Wednesday, April 26th = 3:00-5:00 p.m. Walsh Library, Second Floor Commons Area

The DataLab is an interdisciplinary project providing data management and data analysis training to students working with faculty on small-scale research projects. Students will use many quantitative and qualitative data analysis software such as Atlas.ti, SPSS, Stata, jamovi and data visualization techniques to analyze and report their project results. Students are required to attend a minimum of four data classes plus participate in hands-on exercises and assignments. DataLab student stipends are paid by the Office of the Provost as part of the Seeds of Innovation

For more information on these and other events including registration requirements please consult the event web site = 2023 Petersheim Academic Exposition

We look forward to seeing you next week!