The innovative work of Central Michigan University students was on display this week as they shared their research and scholarly and creative endeavors with the university community. The students shared their projects with attendees of these annual events in Mount Pleasant and Lansing.
This week, 23 undergraduate students from across CMU presented their research to alumni, friends and state legislators at the 16th annual Capitol Scholars event in Lansing. The students displayed a range of research projects from a variety of majors at the Capitol Building in Lansing April 19.
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Student Research and Creative Endeavors Exhibition
SRCEE exhibition, held each year in April, is sponsored by
CMU's Office of Research and Graduate Studies. SRCEE features nearly 400 poster displays, computer and video demonstrations, case studies, internship experiences, and creative performances by more than 700 graduate and undergraduate students.
The exhibition, which took place April 20, celebrates the innovative work of students by providing them with an opportunity to share their research and scholarly and creative endeavors with the university community.
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