Academics

Academic Awards Ceremony

Each year, students from all disciplines are chosen by their professors to receive a variety of college awards based on exemplary and outstanding academic merit and achievement. An awards ceremony is held in their honor at the closing of the annual Student Research Day. This year’s ceremony will be held using Zoom videoconferencing to award winners and presenters could see and interact with each other on their computers.

More information here. 

Student Research Day

Due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, Wilson will hold its 11th annual Student Research Day virtually, using the Zoom videoconferencing platform to allow students to present their research to an audience of campus community members who will watch student presentations on their computers. 

More information on the student research day page

Sesquicentennial Common Hour Series: Boldly Wilson with Kait Parker 

This year’s Common Hour, Living Boldly, is inspired by Wilson's sesquicentennial celebration marking 150 years of bold Wilson students. The fall series, which kicks off on September 2, will feature 11 talks and one dance performance. In the spirit of fostering critical thinking about pressing issues and big questions, all Common Hour events are free and open to the public.

This “Downtown” Common Hours will ALSO be held at 7 p.m. at Coyle Public Library in downtown Chambersburg. 

Sesquicentennial Common Hour Series: Boldly Wilson with Aakash Singh Rathore 

This year’s Common Hour, Living Boldly, is inspired by Wilson's sesquicentennial celebration marking 150 years of bold Wilson students. The fall series, which kicks off on September 2, will feature 11 talks and one dance performance. In the spirit of fostering critical thinking about pressing issues and big questions, all Common Hour events are free and open to the public.

Special time of 11 a.m. at John Stewart Memorial Library

WHY SIRI Will Murder Us All

Sesquicentennial Common Hour Series: Boldly Wilson with June Eric-Udorie 

This year’s Common Hour, Living Boldly, is inspired by Wilson's sesquicentennial celebration marking 150 years of bold Wilson students. The fall series, which kicks off on September 2, will feature 11 talks and one dance performance. In the spirit of fostering critical thinking about pressing issues and big questions, all Common Hour events are free and open to the public.

October 7

Noon at John Stewart Memorial Library

Using Your Voice 

Sesquicentennial Common Hour Series: Boldly Wilson with Robin Fretwell Wilson

This year’s Common Hour, Living Boldly, is inspired by Wilson's sesquicentennial celebration marking 150 years of bold Wilson students. The fall series, which kicks off on September 2, will feature 11 talks and one dance performance. In the spirit of fostering critical thinking about pressing issues and big questions, all Common Hour events are free and open to the public.

Against Culture War 

Sesquicentennial Common Hour Series: Boldly Wilson with Vincent Lloyd

This year’s Common Hour, Living Boldly, is inspired by Wilson's sesquicentennial celebration marking 150 years of bold Wilson students. The fall series, which kicks off on September 2, will feature 11 talks and one dance performance. In the spirit of fostering critical thinking about pressing issues and big questions, all Common Hour events are free and open to the public.

Sesquicentennial Common Hour Series: Boldly Wilson with Jim Condron

This year’s Common Hour, Living Boldly, is inspired by Wilson's sesquicentennial celebration marking 150 years of bold Wilson students. The fall series, which kicks off on September 2, will feature 11 talks and one dance performance. In the spirit of fostering critical thinking about pressing issues and big questions, all Common Hour events are free and open to the public.

You Never Wash It Off Completely

Sesquicentennial Common Hour Series: Boldly Wilson with Robert P. Jones

Noon at John Stewart Memorial Library

E Pluribus Duo? Partisanship, Polarization, and Pluralism in America

The idea of pluralism is embedded in our nation’s founding documents, but today the partisan divides in the country are undermining a shared commitment to that principal. In this talk, Robert P. Jones will unpack the latest public opinion data to examine the widening gap between Republicans and Democrats on this issue, and discuss what this disagreement may hold for the future of our democracy.

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