Seniors showcase Academic Research Projects
On Tuesday, May 27, University Liggett School seniors who participated in the Academic Research Program program displayed their work in the lobby of the school and invited the campus community, including teachers, students, parents and friends to explore more about what each learned. The students used visual aids, demonstrations as well as their knowledge on each topic to help illustrate points to those who stopped at each exhibit for more information. The Academic Research Project is part of University Liggett School's Curriculum for Understanding.The students have been working on the research for much of their time in the Upper School. With the help of their teachers, they formulated a topic, researched it extensively, worked with mentors and professionals in the field and wrote papers about their findings. Not only does the program give them a solid foundation in writing and research, it also gives them the chance to interact with those in the field they might want to pursue and also learn more about their selected topic.
|University Liggett School Receives $1 Million Gift to Name Gymnasium |
University Liggett School alumni H. Richard Fruehauf Jr., DUS ’48, and Janet Fruehauf, Liggett ’50, have made a $1 million gift to support the school’s Sure Foundations capital campaign. In recognition of their gift, the gymnasium in the school’s new state-of-the-art athletics complex will be named in their honor.
|Support the Robotics team at Comerica Park|
Your Knight Vision Robotics team will be participating in the FIRST pitch at Comerica Park this year. The FIRST organization, the governing body for Michigan robotics, has assembled a robot to throw out the first pitch at the Tiger's Game on Wednesday, July 30 against Chicago.
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