Friday, May 9, 2008

Student Research on Display in KOSC

"As the semester and academic year drew to a close, student researchers put on the big push to create posters to tell others what they have been working on for such long time. Much of this work takes place in labs all around campus and this annual event brings the campus together to celebrate all the research efforts done by undergraduate students. This is a banner year, since Research Poster Day was held in the brand new Ken Olsen Science Center on May 7, and was the first 'official' event to be held in the building. It is exciting to see all the diverse work that is being done around campus. Students in biology, chemistry, kinesiology, mathematics, philosophy, physics and psychology presented their work."
--Dwight Tshudy, Assistant Professor of Chemistry

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