Check out the 2023 Spring Term Festival Map!

Are you getting excited for the Spring Term Festival on Friday, May 19, from 12:00 – 2:00 pm in Leyburn Library? We sure are!

The following classes will be presenting:

  • ARTS 237: Portable Radicals: Soft Sculpture – Sandy de Lissovoy
  • BIOL 280: Neural Imaging – Fiona Watson
  • BIOL 297D: Biology of Women – Leah Lanier
  • CBSC 296: The Psychology of Magic and Deception – Jacob Gibson
  • CHEM 106: Disorder and Chaos – Steve Desjardins
  • CSCI 250: Introduction to Robotics – Simon Levy
  • EALL 175: Cool Japan: Manga, Business Etiquette, Language and Culture – Saori Nozaki
  • ENG 295: Writing and Art – Laura Brodie
  • ENGL-ARTS 215: Making Comics – Chris Gavaler and Leigh Ann Beavers
  • FREN 285: Exploring European Policy, Business & Culture – Kristina Roney
  • GEOL 105D: Sand! – David Harbor
  • GEOL 105E: Active Tectonics of the Western US – Emerson Lynch
  • GEOL 232: Environmental Field Methods – Margaret Hinkle
  • JOUR 266: Cross-Cultural Documentary Filmmaking – Kevin Finch
  • JOUR 295G: Podcasting – Mark Coddington
  • MATH 383D: Knot Theory – Elizabeth Denne
  • POL 294A: Food Policy – Rebecca Harris
  • SOAN 210: Field Methods in Archaeology – Donald Gaylord
  • SOAN 211: Lab Methods in Archaeology – Sue Ann McCarty

Look for refreshments in the back of the Collaboration Gallery (Leyburn 128) in the Harte Center on Lower Level 1.  Remember,  ITS, the Office of the Provost, and the University Library are committed to supporting the Office of Sustainability’s policy to reduce single-use plastics, so there individual water bottles will NOT be available. Please plan to bring a reusable water bottle.

Map of 2023 Spring Term Festival, Main Level

Map of 2023 Spring Term Festival, Harte Center/Lower Level 1

Copies of the above map are available at the ITS Help Desk.

Who’s going to be where at the Spring Term Festival?

floor plan of the 2022 Spring Term Festival

For those who requested easels:

Your easels will be labeled. Please do not take easels from other classes. If you need additional easels, please visit the ITS Information Desk on the Main Level.


If possible, please arrive 5-10 minutes early to pick up your poster and foam board on Lower Level 1, in the Harte Center.


For those who requested projectors:

If possible, please arrive 15-30 minutes early to set up. The resident computer will be turned on and ready to go! 

Someone who will be present for the duration of the Spring Term Festival should be the one to log on to the resident computer with their W&L credentials. Note that the screen will lock after 15 minutes of inactivity.

To play a loop of videos, we recommend using VLC Media Player and creating a playlist of videos.

  1. From the VLC Media Player’s main window, use the menu bar and navigate to View > Playlist or use the shortcut key Ctrl+L.
  2. Drag and drop your media files (.mp3, .mov, .avi, etc.) into the window to build your playlist.
    • We suggest uploading all media files to a Box folder, then downloading the folder to the resident computer.  To unzip the entire folder, right-click to select Extract All, and then follow the instructions. Depending on the size of the folder, it can take 5-10 minutes to download and unzip!
  3. When done, click the loop button ONCE (see below) to loop the playlist, then click the Play button.

red circle encasing the loop button in VLC Media Player