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OSU-Cascades presents a research symposium focused on student projects ranging from health to technology

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – On Wednesday, the Edward J. Hall hosted the OSU-Cascades Research Symposium. It's a day where students create posters and presentations based on the long-term research projects being done at OSU.

Topics range from traditional research in technology and science, to health and social science projects. Some of this research is the capstone of senior and graduate-level projects, others are still in progress. This relaxed and social environment gives researchers a way to showcase their projects to both their peers and professors in a low-stakes way.

There were 42 poster projects and 12 ‘lighting talks’ being presented in a classroom.

After the research symposium, some of the projects will be delivered to groups like the Bend City Council or presented as a thesis.

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