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University holds fifth annual Research, Creativity, and Performance Day, April 8

(April 7, 2015)– Carson-Newman University will hold its fifth annual Research, Creativity and Performance Day, Wednesday, April 8. The University will suspend all regular classes to focus on the student presentations.

Free and open to the public, the day features the work of Carson-Newman students, and the effectiveness of a liberal arts education. The public is invited to view oral presentations, poster sessions, art displays, panel discussions and music and literary performances.

Click here for the day’s schedule of events.

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