RICHLAND, Wash. – Students will deliver presentations on their research, classroom projects and art noon-1 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday, May 2-4, as part of the Undergraduate Research Symposium and Art Exhibition at Washington State University Tri-Cities.
The public is invited to hear presentations, explore topics, ask questions and give feedback.
“Our undergraduates have opportunities to engage in hands-on experiences with research, scholarship and creative works throughout their undergraduate careers, starting with freshman survey courses through senior capstone projects,” said Allison Matthews, WSU Tri-Cities clinical assistant professor of psychology. “The Undergraduate Research Symposium and Art Exhibition highlights their accomplishments in discovery and advancing knowledge.”
Some of the projects that will be featured include:
- Nondestructive nuclear inspection robot
- SAE Aero Design – electric airplane
- Solar Mushroom Dryer – one of three projects that will be implemented in Uganda
- Social Problems and Service Learning
- Freshwater Invertebrates from the Columbia Basin
- Bioinformatic Approaches Further Research for Ovarian Cancer
- Cinema Verite
- Digital imaging
The sessions will be in Consolidated Information Center, Room 120, with Thursday’s presentations also in the Art Gallery.
Disciplines covered will include the sciences, digital technology and culture, fine arts, English, history, political science, engineering, psychology, statistics and exploration and leadership.