Compelling Faculty Research On Display at March 27 Expo
From the impact of nurses's coaching of patients to why employers hire day laborers to managing the power consumption of large-scale computing facilities, to the philosophy of wilderness preservation, compelling research from SSU faculty is on display at the 17th Annual Faculty Research Exposition from 4-5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 27 in the Commons.
This year's participants are involved in projects that provide a wide-ranging look at research and grant activity that is crucial to an active and productive SSU community. Student involvement in research activities are also a key element to any undergraduate experience.
Faculty and staff members throughout the campus are involved in vital, creative and significant projects, funded through CSU, state, federal and private sources. This annual event provides an opportunity for researchers to share their work with the rest of the campus community.
The event is hosted annually by the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) and Faculty Subcommittee on Sponsored Programs (FSSP).
It is supported by John and Katharyn Crabbe through their donations to the John and Katharyn Crabbe Faculty Development Fund.