Shippensburg University celebrates student research and creativity
Over 400 students showcased their research and creative work’s during Shippensburg University’s annual Minds@Work Conference on April 23. The annual event features the achievements of undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines from the sciences to humanities, to business, creative arts and human services.
“Student research and creative inquiry bring practical benefits because they represent firsthand experience in critical thinking, planning and project management, and communication. When these skills are challenged and focused through the mentorship of our dedicated faculty, we end up with the annual event known as Minds@Work,” Chris Wonders, director of Institute for Public Service and Sponsored Programs said. Check out all conference photos.