If you have any questions about plans for a presentation or a panel, especially if it involves a group project, an exhibition of creative work, or a special performance, please contact the Director of Undergraduate Research, Dr. Kenneth Hawley, and he will help you coordinate any necessary arrangements.
The LCU Scholars Colloquium is open to all students, faculty, and staff and provides scholars on our campus a venue to communicate the results of their current scholarship. The Colloquium always has a broad range of topics represented from all areas of our university.
Students, Faculty, and Staff may use the portal below to submit an abstract to the Advisory Council for Undergraduate Research. Deadline: February 25.
Associate Professor of Philosophy and Great Texts, Baylor University
Dr. Moore founded Baylor’s Great Texts program in 2002, directing that initiative until 2011. His teaching and research interests include philosophy and literature, hermeneutics, the philosophy of religion, and the poetry and prose of Wendell Berry. Dr. Moore has published recently on The Limits of Liberal Democracy: Politics and Religion at the End of Modernity, Finding a Common Thread: Reading Great Texts from Homer to O’Connor, “The Consolations of Fiction: J.R.R. Tolkien and Iris Murdoch,” and “Christian Intellectuals in the Postmodern Turn.”
Please note that there are three different scoring guides depending on your type of poster: 1) a qualitative or quantitative research project, 2) a research proposal, or 3) a literature review or informational poster.