2016 Graduate Showcase: Education for the Future

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

3:30-6:00 P.M.

Charles W. Loosemore Auditorium

Copies of programs from the Graduate Showcases are available at ScholarWorks or can be requested through gradschool@gvsu.edu.

The Graduate Showcase is an event offered by The Graduate School and Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence to highlight exceptional work done by graduate students. This event features graduate poster presentations by over 40 graduate students on a wide variety of research and scholarly activities.

Topics to be presented on include: 

  • Social media's role in higher education
  • Amphibian conservation
  • History of Grand Rapids' Oak Hill Cemetery
  • Gender stereotyping in children's toys
  • Using technology to improve employee wellness
  • Biological trends affecting Michigan
  • Issues impacting students and faculty of color in higher education
  • Using service dogs in social work
  • Pancreatic cancer research
  • Many more!

 

Come learn how GVSU graduate students are better preparing themselves for professional success!

 


Academic Programs

"The organization, preparation, and presentation skills garnered from the Graduate Showcase, as well as the skills necessary to distill down a large project with complex ideas and implication into more easily manageable talking points for a group setting has been very useful in the business world."

~ Meghan Cochran

Rx Pricing Specialist, Pharmacy Audit & Analytics, Meijer Corporation


Stay tuned to The Graduate School Facebook page for event updates and information.