Presentations on a tool to identify potential scams on vacation websites, perceptions of academic optimism, career survey analysis and diabetes research are just some of more than 150 projects at the Huskies Showcase April 19 in Atwood Memorial Center and online.
“We encourage faculty, staff, students and members of our community to attend either in person or virtually to support the hard work our students have put into their projects,” said Christa Hayes, director of Civic Engagement & Assessment.
From 9 a.m.-4 p.m., students are sharing what they’ve learned from a thesis, creative work, internship, research project, service learning experience or volunteer experience.
Students are presenting in person from 9 a.m. to noon in the Atwood Memorial Center and from 1-4 p.m. online with a closing ceremony in person and broadcast virtually at 4:30 p.m.
Both the in-person and virtual sessions include both poster and oral presentations.
The Huskies Showcase celebrates University and community research, creative works and scholarship across all disciplines at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Students have been working hard planning their projects. Each project uses a dimension of Our Husky Compact and projects that use this year’s highlighted dimension“Communicate Effectively” have the option of receiving additional recognition and awards.
See the Huskies Showcase website for the full schedule and virtual presentation links.