Graduating seniors will be presenting Engaged Learning research and other projects all week. The sessions will run from Monday, Feb. 8 to Friday, Feb. 12 in the Hughes-Trigg Student Center.
Students will discuss the research they have conducted throughout the duration of their projects, and presentations are open to all students.
Current research projects include research on immigration, body satisfaction and public housing. Community service projects have ranged from empowering previously incarcerated women to teaching English as a second language.
“This is a great way to showcase the work our students have done in various fields including research, community service, internships and creative work. You don’t want to miss this,” said Mona Alluri, assistant director of Engaged Learning.
Fifty-three students were accepted for the senior cycle of projects this year. For a schedule of events, visit http://www.smu.edu/Provost/EngagedLearning.