Register through 11 p.m. Feb. 15 to participate in Huskies Showcase, St. Cloud State’s signature celebration of scholarship.
April 23 in Atwood Memorial Center, students can share at the Huskies Showcase what they’ve learned from a thesis, creative work, internship, research project, service learning experience or volunteer experience.
Presentation formats include poster, applied experience display, oral presentation, artistic performance, gallery exhibit, three-minute thesis and demonstration.
About 500 students, representing nearly 300 projects, participated in 2018.
Shana Rogan ’16 discussed a research project that concluded an extract from kola seeds (Garcinia kola extract or GKE) does not reduce hyperglycemia, the excess of glucose in the bloodstream associated with Type 1 diabetes (T1D).
Other 2018 Huskies Showcase projects included:
“Persistence, Agency and Adaption of the Assiniboine & Sioux Tribes, Wolf Point, MT”
Presenter: BearPaw Shields, mass communications major, Zimmerman
“Art on a Screen: The Union of the Digital and the Drawing”
Presenter: Matthew Fuchs, computer science major, University Honors Program, St. Cloud
“SCSU Students and Bitcoin”
Presenter: Bethany Petersen, global studies major, Sartell
Huskies Showcase is free and open to the public. Parking is $1.50 an hour in the 4th Avenue Parking Ramp.
We have so many students engaged in work that truly makes a difference on and off campus. I encourage students to showcase their work here and others to attend to celebrate their success!