Graduate students to present innovative research

Graduate students will showcase their research April 18.
Graduate students will showcase their research April 18.
Image credit - Jess Weal

Cardiopulmonary bypass, Michigan school wellness policies, and the reproductive behavior of crayfish are just a few of the research topics graduate students will be presenting at the 2017 Graduate Showcase: Shaping Professionals and Enriching Societies.

More than 30 students will display their research and scholarly activities April 18 in Loosemore Auditorium in DeVos Center on the Pew Grand Rapids Campus. Poster presentations will be held from 3:30-5:15 p.m.; poster recognitions will take place from 5:15-6 p.m. 

Additional research topics include: social media and consumer engagement, bilingual family literacy programs, pre-injury assessment, land management work at nature centers, and promotion of women's health issues.

The event is sponsored by The Graduate School and the Center for Scholarly and Creative Excellence. For more information on the Graduate Showcase visit


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