THIBODAUX – Nicholls State University’s seventh annual Research Week is scheduled for Monday, March 26, through Friday, March 30. All events are open to the public and will highlight a variety of research, featuring a student poster competition, the Brown Bag Faculty Speaker Series and awards ceremonies honoring students and faculty.
Every Nicholls college will host topical presentations, with subjects as diverse as “Chromosome Numbers: A Natural History,” “The Nineteenth-Century World’s Fair,” “Culinary Sustainability Practices,” “Lost Restaurants of New Orleans,” “Use of Social Media,” “Research on Banks,” “Increasing Colorectal Cancer Screening” and “Colonel Chat” – the latter of which is a technological tutoring partnership between the Nicholls College of Education and area elementary school teachers.
Sponsored by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, Research Week is part of the 14th annual Jubilee: A Festival of the Arts and Humanities at Nicholls – held every spring to raise the level of awareness in the arts and humanities. For a detailed schedule of Jubilee events, including times and locations for Research Week activities, go to www.nicholls.edu/jubilee/.