Articles tagged with "Symposium"
COM symposium awards top truth projects
What is truth? A total of 28 students from four colleges explored truth in the arts and sciences recently at College of the Mainland.
Explore truth at COM symposium
What is truth? Students will give their answers to this question – and earn scholarships – at the next Gulf Coast Intercollegiate Consortium Academic Symposium April 21 at College of the Mainland. The event is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the COM Learning Resources Center Auditorium.
Truth symposium open for student submissions
What is truth? Students can give their answers to this question – and earn scholarships – at the next Gulf Coast Intercollegiate Consortium Academic Symposium April 21, 2017, at College of the Mainland.
“Wikked Wyves” project wins at symposium
Romantic? Maybe. Fairy tales? Definitely not. In her winning project at the Gulf Coast Intercollegiate Academic Symposium at College of the Mainland, COM student Lauren Buchanan dissected the literature of the Middle Ages and the women they seemingly enshrine.
In election year, COM professor researches voting trends
In Shinya Wakao’s office three official documents hang from his walls – one degree emblazoned with the University of Texas seal and two in Japanese script.
Time and place symposium at COM April 29
College of the Mainland will host the fourth annual Gulf Coast Intercollegiate Consortium Academic Symposium April 29 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to showcase top students’ projects in all subjects.
Third GCIC symposium open for submissions
The third annual Gulf Coast Intercollegiate Consortium Academic Symposium at College of the Mainland is accepting abstracts for projects on this year’s theme, “Time and Place as Context.”
Sickle cell research wins at COM symposium
Bertrand Ebang was inspired to help research a treatment for sickle cell disease by two children - his five-year-old cousin and a seven-year old male patient at University of Texas-Medical Branch Galveston.
Art and science symposium open for submissions
Have an artistic piece to present or research to share?
Call for papers at second COM symposium
Recognizing the inextricable link between academic research and debate, College of the Mainland’s second symposium will center on the theme “Controversy in Our Nation: Past, Present and Future.”
Top students awarded at first symposium
Building a wall against the Mississippi River seemed like a good idea in 1722, but 300 years of levees holding back the water have wreaked havoc on Louisiana's ecology, said College of the Mainland student Kristin Barnes at COMâ€™s first academic symposium.
First symposium to explore Gulf Coast
Students from COM, Lee College and Alvin Community College whose innovative work was accepted will discuss a wide spectrum of topics from the personal “Galveston Through My Eyes” to the scientific “The Natural Bridge Caverns of Texas” to the historic “Galveston’s Balinese Room Presents Bootleggers, Big Bands, High Rollers and Headliners.”