Research expo features graduate, professional work

The Graduate and Professional Student Association of Washington State University will present on Feb. 18 the annual Wiley Research Exposition, where graduate students exhibit their research to peers, faculty and the community.

The event will be from 4-8 p.m. in the Compton Union Building Ballroom and is open to the public.

“This is an excellent opportunity for graduate students to prepare for large academic conventions. It also allows undergraduates to come into contact with research expected at the graduate level and present to the community firsthand experience of what goes on next door at Washington State University,” said Mark Shepski, GPSA committee member.

Cash prizes will be awarded to the top-three exposition presentations in each of five categories.

For more information, contact the GPSA office at (509) 335-9545, Firas Akasheh, Wiley Exposition coordinator, at or visit

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