Graduate students to present research at Graduate Expo Research Poster and Digital Presentation Exhibit

Staff Report

Graduate students will show off their research at the Graduate Expo Research Poster and Digital Presentation Exhibit.

The exhibit is set for 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in the main concourse of the Doudna Fine Arts Center. Easels will be provided for posters, which can be dropped off starting at 1 p.m.

Tables for digital presentations will be made available.

The Graduate Student Advisory Council, the Council on Graduate Studies and the graduate school all sponsor the exhibition.

An awards ceremony will follow the exhibit, recognizing the Williams Travel Grant winners; Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award winner; King-Mertz Research/Creative Activity Award winner; the Distinguished Graduate Student Award and the Hamand Scholars.


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