EWU Student Research and Creative Works Symposium

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18th Annual | April 2015

The Student Research and Creative Works Symposium is a two-day annual event where students from disciplines across campus present their research and creative work to the university community and the general public. The symposium is the largest, campus-wide academic event at EWU, with 563 student presenters and 143 faculty mentors participating in the 2014 event.

The symposium showcases projects completed by undergraduate and graduate students under the guidance of their faculty mentors. It provides students with an excellent opportunity to showcase their academic accomplishments, explore the research of their peers, and interact with students and faculty across all academic disciplines. Students are encouraged to participate in the symposium as an integral component of their higher education.

NOTE: The 18th Annual Symposium will be held during NCUR 2015, at EWU.

What this means for students: The 18th Annual Symposium will be for graduate students only. If you are an undergraduate student, we encourage you to present your research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). The abstract submission page for NCUR is currently open on their webpage at www.cur.org/ncur_2015/. Unlike the Symposium, abstracts will be due December 2, 2014 at 11:59pm PST. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the NCUR office at ncur2015@ewu.edu.

The 2014 Symposium Program is here!

Photographs from the 17th Annual Student Reserach and Creative Works Symposium are posted on our Facebook page.

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Please note: we will be out of the office for Summer, until Wednesday, September 24, 2014. If you require immediate assistance, please contact Chris Robbins, the NCUR Project Manager, at 509.359.4548 or ncur2015@ewu.edu. Thank you.

If you have any additional questions, please call the Symposium Office at 509-359-6826

or e-mail at ewusymposium@ewu.edu

Our office is located at 115 Showalter Hall, in Undergraduate Studies & Student Success.

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