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Wiley Research Exposition to feature student work

PULLMAN— Washington State University graduate and professional students are invited to showcase their research at the 2007 Dr. William R. Wiley Exposition.

The 2007 Dr. William R. Wiley Exposition of Graduate and Professional Studies provides an opportunity for graduate and professional students to present their research or scholarship to faculty, peers and the general public.

The five judging categories are: Natural and Life Sciences; Engineering and Physical Sciences; Agricultural and Medical Sciences; Social and Administrative Sciences; and Arts, Humanities and Education. There are three prizes within each category. First prize wins $800 and a place to present at the WSU Showcase in March. Second prize wins $500 and third prize wins $300.

The event will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Feb. 20 at the Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum and is open to the community.

Abstracts and applications for faculty judges are due at 5 p.m., Feb. 9.

For more information contact Rob Rydberg, Wiley Committee Chairperson at (509) 432-3825 or

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