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Student Research Showcased

Published: May 10, 2017

CHENEY, Washington - Celebrating its 20th year of promoting outstanding student and faculty collaboration and academic accomplishments, Eastern Washington University's Student Research and Creative Works Symposium will be held May 15-17 on the Cheney campus.

The EWU Symposium is the largest campus-wide academic event, showcasing projects completed by undergraduate and graduate students after months of preparation with their faculty mentors.

The symposium gives participants the chance to present this research or creative work-via oral/poster presentation, interactive exhibit, or artistic display-in a formal, professional setting. Students, faculty and staff from various disciplines present their innovative, dynamic research and creative work to the university and general public.  

Here is a highlight sample of some of the abstracts to be presented at the Symposium:

  • Does financial aid impact student success at regional comprehensive universities in the U.S.? A Panel Data Approach
    Donya Quarnstrom, Economics (CBPA)
    Faculty Advisor: Kelley Cullen, PhD
  • Best Practices for Institutional Transformation in Serving Undocumented Students
    Edith Melendez, Education (CALE)
    Faculty Advisor: Shanna Davis, PhD
  • The Oppression of Muslim Rights and Culture: Categorical Inequality and De-Democratization in France
    Jennifer Sacco, Political Science (CSS)
    Faculty Advisor: Kristin Edquist, PhD
  • Are the Rich Getting Richer and the Poor Poorer?
    Allison Harvey, Economics (CBPA)
    Faculty Advisor: David Bunting, PhD

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