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April 7, 2015
Symposium activities begin at 9 a.m. and wrap up by 2:30 p.m. and take place in various locations on campus.
LA GRANDE, Ore. (EOU) – Eastern Oregon University students are preparing to share their projects from throughout the year for the annual Spring Symposium Wednesday, May 20.
The annual event is an opportunity for undergraduates and graduates alike to share their original research and creative work with peers, faculty, staff and the public.
Activities begin at 9 a.m. and wrap up by 2:30 p.m. and take place in various locations on campus.
“Spring Symposium in an excellent opportunity for our students to share their knowledge of conducting and presenting novel research while gaining professional development,” said Kelly Rice, assistant professor of physical activity and health and symposium chair.
“Students also have a chance to investigate new ideas and get involved in the larger campus community,” she added.
The deadline for students to submit presentation abstracts is Wednesday, April 8.
For more information visit www.eou.edu/sprsymp. A complete schedule will be posted soon.
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