In the Spotlight
Student Research and Creative Works Symposium
This year was the 16th annual Student Research and Creative Works Symposium which brought out students and mentors alike to showcase findings, art, research, music pieces, theater performances and more. This two-day event had students from disciplines all across campus, including those studying art to neuroscience.
Several of our international students took part in the festivities and presented their research and creative work to the university community and the public. Of those students were Aiko Sato who presented research on Immigrant Workers in Japan: Benefits and Challenges, and Yasas Amarasinghe who presented An Algorithmic Model for Music Composition and Performance.