University Relations and Communications

MSUB Research, Creativity Conference to showcase student work April 17

April 8, 2015

 

Contacts:

David Craig, Honors Program, 657-2908 
Carmen Price, University Relations, 657-2269

 

Undergraduate student presentations will be on exhibit at MSU Billings university campus from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

 

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MSU BILLINGS NEWS SERVICES — Policy on women’s productive rights, Bakken oil field crime, studies in cell signaling and juried student art work will be among the topics showcased by some 100 undergraduate students participating in Montana State University Billings’ second annual Research and Creativity Symposium on April 17.

 

A Montana State University Billings student presents in the 2014 Research and Creativity Conference

The event is free and open to the public and will include scholarly works that are as diverse as the fields of study they represent, from physics, biology, chemistry and creative writing.

 

“The conference celebrates the results of what goes on every day in our studios, laboratories and classrooms,” Honors Program Director David Craig said. “There will presentations from all areas of campus—City College students displaying research on biofuels, art students presenting their work in the juried show and our Goldwater nominees sharing the projects that foretell their careers as future scientists.”

 

Chancellor Mark Nook will kick-off the conference at 1 p.m. with opening remarks at MSUB’s four-year campus in the Library building, room 148.

 

About 100 undergraduate students will present works, which will be held between the Liberal Arts and Library buildings from 1 to 4 p.m.

 

Research and Creativity Conference Schedule:

12:30 p.m. – Participation Registration and Poster Set-up (Liberal Arts Lobby, second floor)
1 p.m. - Chancellor Mark Nook Opening Ceremony, Library room 148
1:15 p.m – Oral and Creative Presentations begin, Library room 148
3:30 p.m – Poster Presentations end
4 p.m – Oral and Creative Presentations end

 

IMAGE: A Montana State University Billings student presents in the 2014 Research and Creativity Conference.