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Photo by Laura Hancock / EOU students will share their original research and creative projects for Spring Symposium, Wednesday, May 18.
LA GRANDE, Ore. May 4, 2016 – Eastern Oregon University students will share their projects from throughout the year at the Spring Symposium Wednesday, May 18.
The annual event is an opportunity for undergraduates to talk about their original research and demonstrate creative work to other students, faculty, staff and the public.
Activities begin at 9 a.m. with a keynote in McKenzie Theatre in Loso Hall. Posters and presentations start at 10 and wrap up by 2 p.m. with exhibits at various locations across campus.
“Students have a chance to examine new concepts and engage the campus community,” said Kelly Rice, assistant professor of physical activity and health and symposium chair. “Spring Symposium in a tremendous opportunity for our students to share their knowledge of conducting and presenting innovative research while gaining professional development.”
The College of Education is also hosting 30 high school students from Umatilla, Milton-Freewater, Pendleton and Vale presenting research as part of the Oregon Teacher Pathway program. See related story.
For more information visit www.eou.edu/sprsymp. A complete schedule will be posted soon.
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