July 4, 2020

Posters, Presentations Abound on Research & Creativity Day

UMW Senior Gus Schneider

Senior Gus Schneider poses beside his research poster.

UMW’s 13th Annual Research and Creativity Day held on Friday, April 27 showcased a year’s worth of groundbreaking student work, with faculty guidance, in everything from accounting to women’s and gender studies, from biology and chemistry to business administration and creative writing. The event featured poster sessions, musical performances, art exhibits and even a live play performance.

Carmen Martinez, left, and Josephine Gray display poster on biology research.

Carmen Martinez, left, and Josephine Gray display poster on biology research.

Its purpose is to showcase collaborative work between faculty and students and to celebrate the scholarly and creative endeavors of our academic community, said Grant Woodwell, associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and professor of geology. “The presentations and exhibits span the range of disciplines represented within the three colleges of the university.

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