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Connected Learning Symposium

Thanks to a generous, three-year grant from the Davis Educational Foundation, Lasell University is continuing its work on integrating Career Readiness through Connected Learning. Part of the three-year project involves a reimagination of our fall Connected Learning Symposium into the:

Fall Career Readiness Symposium

Featuring on campus & online presentations

Tuesday, December 7, 2021

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Lasell University's Connected Learning Symposium is a campus-wide event showcasing the intellectual work of our students.  Launched in the Spring of 2002, this event is driven by the new knowledge generated by our students. As our students develop and grow, so does each symposium.

Online presentations are a combination of live and on-demand events.  Students present solo, in groups, or with their entire class. Presentations include moderated and timed talks, posters, panels, discussions, interactive collaborations, and creative work in various formats.

We are pleased to include intergenerational classes involving Lasell Village in our presentations. Their perspective enriches and deepens the knowledge base of our community.

We are excited to offer highlights of the Spring 2021 Online Connected Learning Symposium:

 “The Invention of Now”

1851 Chronicle POLISHED Senior Design Portfolio Showcase
Justice for the Exploited Clay Figure Sculpture Collaborative Video: Here Comes the Sun How to Support Racial Justice Movements
Just College Things What Does Conscious Awareness Mean to Me? TARNISHED

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Connected Learning Symposium Committee:


  • Dennis Frey, Jr.
  • Lee Means
  • Stephanie Williams
  • Matt Boyle
  • Heidi Burgiel