Senior Presentations represent a crucial moment in the academic year at Franklin University Switzerland. This is the time when all the hard work of the students culminates in an opportunity to share their theses with the entire university community. These students present the results of their research and their commitment to their classmates, professors, and staff.
For many students, this moment represents a time to reflect on the journey they have taken and the milestones they have achieved. After months of research and preparation, it is a great joy to be able to share their achievements with others.
Senior Presentations took place in the week preceding the Graduation Week, which is full of exceptional events, including the Awards Ceremony, the Graduating Student Celebration, hosted by Rosemary and Kevin McNeely at the Hotel Principe Leopoldo, and numerous other events that showcase the talents and achievements of the graduating class.
A special recognition goes to students involved in the FUS Honors Society. This is an inclusive society that welcomes all students, regardless of their academic achievements. The Honors Program at Franklin University Switzerland provides an opportunity for students to engage in interdisciplinary research and develop their critical thinking skills. Members of the Honors Society are encouraged to give back to the community through service learning and by sharing their knowledge and expertise with others.
Senior Presentations mark a significant moment in the academic year at Franklin University Switzerland. They provide students with an opportunity to share their achievements with the university community and celebrate their successes. As we look forward to the Graduation and Commencement Ceremony, we reflect on the dedication and hard work of the graduating class, and we are proud to call them our own. We congratulate all the Seniors on their accomplishments and look forward to seeing them continue to excel in their future efforts.