Eastern Washington University will hold the Student Research & Creative Works Symposium May 15-16 at the Cheney campus. EWU has committed to engaging students in research for over 21 years, and is recognized nationally in their undergraduate research efforts.
The Symposium is the largest academic event at EWU; it is free to participate in and attend. Students, faculty, and staff, campus wide, can present their academic research and skills in the fine arts to the university community and the general public.
On Tuesday, May 15, students will be able to showcase their talents in many areas, including music, art, creative writing, film and theatre. On Wednesday, May 16, students demonstrate both undergraduate and graduate level research being conducted at Eastern in coordination with faculty mentors. The Aging Policy Fair will also take place Wednesday, an event that allows students, faculty, professionals, and policy makers to connect and discuss the various topics about aging in our community.
Eastern Washington University invites you to the 21st Annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium. This year’s symposium will have something for everyone whether you’re a student, faculty or community member!