March 23, 2016
Graduate students in a variety of disciplines at Texas Tech University will present their work Friday (March 25) at the 15th annual Graduate Student Research Poster Competition.
The competition gives students an opportunity to explain their research to a non-specialized, lay audience and is open to the community. Judges from Texas Tech and Lubbock will rank the posters, and winners will receive scholarships to present their research at an industry conference.
This year a number of students studied topics of interest to the Lubbock community, including collaborations with the East Lubbock Promise Neighborhood (ELPN), the far-reaching effects of sexual assault and more.
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