On March 21, the NC State University Graduate Student Association held its Sixth Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium.
Over 150 graduate students, nominated by their departments’ respective Director of Graduate Programs, gathered in the McKimmon Center to showcase the outstanding quality and diversity of the university’s graduate-level research, practice communicating with members outside of their disciplines, and demonstrate the importance of graduate research to state decision-makers.
Congratulations to all of our CHASS winners listed below:
Kathryn Bove* (Foreign Languages & Literatures), 2nd place, and Sarah Merritt (Communication), 3rd place in the category of Humanities & Design
Adrianne Offenbecker (Anthropology), 1st place, and Rebecca Sutphin (Anthropology), 3rd place in the category of Social Sciences
*Photo of Kathryn Bove with her poster on “Complex Questions and Complex Discourse: How to Create Discourse With Meaningful Questions in the Foreign Language Classroom”
By Lindsay Williams, CHASS Communication Intern