Annual arts, sciences journal showcases student work

ask-logoPULLMAN, Wash. – An original jazz composition, interactive chemistry training and an immigrant narrative are among the works recently published in the annual journal A.S.K.: Art. Science. Knowledge. at Washington State University.

The undergraduate research and creative project journal from the College of Arts and Sciences showcases faculty-mentored student work from 18 academic programs. Published materials are presented in one of four categories: arts, humanities, sciences and social sciences. The latest volume features 17 projects from 26 undergraduate students in 11 majors.

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