While things certainly look different on the Eastern Washington campus this quarter, the university is still working hard to host one of the most anticipated events of the academic year. The 23rd annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium will occur virtually on Wednesday, May 27.

The Student Research & Creative Works Symposium is an opportunity for students to present their research and creative works to the university community and the general public. Students can showcase their academic accomplishments, explore the research of their peers, and interact with students and faculty across all academic disciplines.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 symposium will offer an online showcase that will allow for virtual poster and oral presentations and creative works projects in lieu of an on-campus event. Student works will be showcased digitally through the JFK Digital Commons.

To be a part of the 2020 Virtual Symposium Showcase, a 200-250 word abstract and your virtual presentation is due no later than Monday, May 18. Please follow the links below for instructions and more information on this year’s event.