Two WSU NSF-sponsored undergraduate summer research programs move ahead despite pandemic challenges.
Abstracts of research and creative work submitted by faculty, staff and graduate students for the poster sessions have been made available in a searchable format on the Showcase website.
Around 250 students submitted nearly 200 abstracts summarizing their work and results from mentored research, scholarship and creative pursuits.
On March 30, the CUB Senior Ballroom will be filled with posters on research and creative activities from the full spectrum of WSU’s academic enterprise as part of the annual Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities.
WSU undergraduates can submit abstracts now through Feb. 20 to present posters on March 30 at Showcase for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (SURCA) 2020.
Applying for and receiving Auvil and Carson awards helps reduce students’ financial burdens, and allows them to better focus on their studies and research pursuits.
The students had to employ critical thinking, problem-solving, teamwork, and digital literacy skills to create an app that addresses problems or issues inherent to any type of relocation, such as leaving home for college.
The job fair introduces job and internship seekers to small and large organizations with positions to fill.
The 2019-2020 projects include a new course in which students will learn the chemical origins of color perception and create painting projects from pigments they have synthesized themselves in the laboratory.
Linguistics major Ava Beck is the fourth WSU student to receive the summer institute’s award; three students, also from the WSU Honors College, received it in 2014.