News Research Symposium To Be Held At Gc On May 7 - Garrett College

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Campus News

May 1, 2018

Research Symposium to be held at GC on May 7

Garrett College will host the 3rd annual Research Symposium on May 7, 2018 from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. in the Special Events Center in Room 806 at the McHenry campus. Dr. Terry Kasecamp, Professor of Psychology at Garrett College and organizer of the event, believes the forum will, "give students, faculty, staff and members of the community the opportunity to examine the connection between research and education."

The research symposium will feature eleven posters and presentations from students in the following courses: PSY 250 Research Methods and MAT 210 Introductory Statistics, on a variety of topics.

Funding for this year’s projects was provided by the Albert "Al" Coviello Professional Development Fund. The general public is welcome and encouraged to attend.