LCSC senior students present year-long research projects at Research Symposium

LCSC senior students present year-long research projects at Research Symposium »Play Video
Everyone is invited to attend and support the hard work of these students.
LEWISTON, ID - Lewis-Clark State College's graduation is only a week away, however the hard work for seniors is far from over.

The eighth annual Research Symposium is well underway on L-C's campus. 261 students from 17 programs and six college divisions are presenting their year-long research projects to the public. This is the last step for many students before receiving their diploma.

"What we found eight years ago is that a lot of programs were presenting in their classrooms but what an opportunity to present to the community and so it's a nice lead up to graduation next week," said LCSC Symposium Director, Dr. Brian Christenson.

The three-day event will wrap up Friday. It's free and open to the public! Everyone is encouraged to show up and support the hard work of these students.