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NKU presents a Celebration of Student Research and Creativity so students can present their projects

Northern Kentucky University hosted its annual Celebration of Student Research and Creativity this week for undergraduate and graduate students to present their research with demonstrations, oral presentations and live performances.

The students present their research, artistic or creative projects through posters and oral presentations, or through interactive demonstrations, performances, or exhibits.
Celebration’s main poster session featured more than 200 presenters. NKU’s School of the Arts performances and special events took place across campus.
Students gain hands-on experience by training in a laboratory, working in the field or performing on stage. Under the guidance of faculty mentors, students spend weeks, months and sometimes years honing their performance skills and research abilities.

Photos below by Scott Beseler, University photographer, and David Bushle:



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