The Inver Hills Research Conference is a two-day event each spring for students, faculty, and staff to present their scholarly and creative work. It draws 700-800 participants, most of them students. The conference offers two keynotes (one per morning), free pizza at lunch each day to those signed up for it, and dozens of short presentations and poster displays by students on both days. Come join us for fun and learning in the Fine Arts Building!
The spring 2019 conference will be held on April 17th and 18th and will explore the general topics of identity and community.