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Jan. 23 deadline for student research abstracts

Wiley-80PULLMAN, Wash. – Abstracts will be accepted Dec. 1-Jan. 23 for graduate, professional and undergraduate student research presentations at the 2015 Dr. William R. Wiley Research Exposition Feb. 20 at Washington State University.


Wiley-500Students can compete for scholarships from the Graduate and Professional Students Association and from the Associated Students of Washington State University (undergraduates). Students enrolled at any WSU campus are eligible. WSU alumni and emeritus faculty will judge.

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