Each academic unit is charged with selecting up to three students to present during the Senior Legacy Symposium. Your academic department will be able to give you details on eligibility and timeline for selection.
Selected students present research, perform creative works, share internship or service learning experience, and more. The academic unit/ program is responsible for choosing the nature of the student work. Departments are encouraged to be creative, as many different forms of work are welcome at the event.
Saint Louis University strives to engage its students in five interrelated dimensions contributing to the development of the whole person: scholarship and knowledge, intellectual inquiry and communication, community building, leadership and service, and spirituality and values. Students should be able to articulate how these interconnected dimensions are integrated into their Symposium project.
Students selected to participate in the Senior Legacy Symposium will develop a proposal/abstract for inclusion in published program for event. The Student Submission Form is due by March 4, 2016.