Creative Activities and Research Symposium Students and faculty share their research and innovative projects

The 2nd Annual Creative Activities and Research Symposium was held in the University Library on Aug. 17. The event highlights the extracurricular projects of students and enables them to showcase their academic and creative work.

Students produced 48 oral presentations, 22 poster presentations and seven performances. The number of presentations and performances nearly doubled last year's inaugural total of about three dozen.

The event also included Demo Day, which showcased products and services created by students from the Student Innovation Idea Lab.

Students from the Innovation Idea Lab (iLab) pitched their projects to industry experts at Demo Day.
Students gave oral presentation on research topics.
Faculty and students read their poems, and a duo performed a contemporary dance routine.

Gabriela Garza-Vazquez and Brenda Reyes-Chavez perform Subfuscous, a dance performance, during the Creative Activities and Research Symposium.

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