Research colloquium information
Friday, April 17, 2015
Hundreds of students will showcase research, scholarship and creative works at the Student Research Colloquium 8 a.m.-8 p.m. April 21 in Atwood Memorial Center.
Among the projects submitted to-date are Zachary Dingmann's poster on invasive Asian carp, Haley Bice's poster on the conceptualist art movement and Martin Mollenhauer's geographic and historical analysis of Minnesota turkey farming. Search the project database.
Register your intent to present by Feb. 15. Participating students must have a faculty sponsor.
Help sessions are offered for those who need assistance.
In its 18th year, Student Research Colloquium is managed by:
St. Cloud State University