Undergraduate Research OpportunitiesThe research symposium provides a forum for students to present their academic research or creative works in a professional setting.
Cheney, WA 99004
EWU Research and Creative Works Symposium 2017
EWU is hosting its 20th Annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium (May 15 - 17, 2017) -This is a perfect opportunity for students to showcase what they've learned through their studies. The projects students present are inspired by the ambition to achieve real progress in their respective fields. This is accomplished through critical thinking, collaboration and genuine innovation. The presenter's excellence demonstrated at past events set high standards for the future. If you're interested in participating, EWU invites you to experience the joy of being a presenter at this year's Symposium. Join us and be a part of transforming the world around us!
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Student Research and Creative Works Symposium
Community Colleges of Spokane faculty, staff & students
are invited to present at the EWU Symposium and S.M.A3.R.T Sessions.
On May 15th will be the second S.M.A3.R.T. Faculty & Staff Poster Sessions! Please submit a poster abstract or register for the event! For more information about the S.M.A3.R.T. Faculty & Staff Poster Sessions click here.
On May 16th will be the Student Creative Works presentiations and/or performances.
On May 17th it will be our Student Research sessions that will demonstrate undergraduate and graduate level research (poster & oral presentations) in coordination with faculty mentors. Additionally, we are also planning a joint event with the EWU Center for the studies on Aging called the Aging Policy Fair at EWU Cheney Campus ! The option for the Aging Policy Fair will be a separate selection in the symposium application. Please be sure that you have appropriate research for this session! for more information about the Aging Policy Fair click here.
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ADA Accessibility and Accommodations
*Please note that the student research and creative works sessions are free to attend and open to the public.
*Persons with special needs can make arrangements for accommodations by contacting the symposium coordinator 7 days prior to the event at 509-359-6826 or at firstname.lastname@example.org