The Ampersand Center sponsors a variety of events to showcase student work and to prepare students for fulfilling lives and careers.
Student Showcase Events
Ampersand Day-April 26, 2019
Join us for a full day of student presentations all across campus showcasing students and their projects. Afterward, stay for a celebration featuring food, music, and fun.
First-Year Showcase — Wednesday & Thursday, Dec. 5 & 6, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Welcome our first-year students to our intellectual community. Drop in for a few minutes or stay an hour. Our students will share their stories and welcome your questions. Held during the last week of classes during fall semester at the Kelly Library.
Connections Showcase—Tuesday, Dec. 11, 3-6 p.m.
Engage with our seniors at poster presentations about projects from their Connections course—the senior capstone to the E&H Core Curriculum that focuses on global citizenship within a particular context. Held during the last week of classes of each semester at the Kelly Library.
Career Preparation Events
Not sure of a major? Not sure what jobs lie ahead in a major? Drop by this event to meet with faculty and get advice on the courses and programs that can prepare you for the job of your dreams.
Business Etiquette Dinner
Dress for success and attend this four-course dinner to learn more about table manners, conversation skills, and networking. Networking takes place at the event with E&H alumni and employers serving as table hosts. This event helps prepare you for the professional world.
Graduate School Fair | Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018 | 5:30-7:00pm
Fifteen (15) to 20 graduate programs are represented at this annual event each fall, making it easy for you to drop by and discuss possible post-graduate programs just right for you.
Graduate Student Panel | Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018 | 7-8pm
Ever wonder what graduate school is really like? The annual graduate student panel brings Emory & Henry College alumni who are currently in graduate school back to campus to share their graduate school experiences.
This “nuts and bolts” presentation exposes students to the concept and benefits of an internship, how to find an internship, and how to register an internship for academic credit.