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UH Mānoa Undergraduate Showcase

Student projects shine at UH Mānoa Undergraduate Showcase

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa undergraduate students from all fields of study will present their faculty-supervised research project or creative work at the Undergraduate Showcase on Friday, May 6.

This free and open-to-the-public event will feature 130 presentations and posters by 150 undergraduate students in the disciplines of arts and humanities, engineering and computer sciences, natural sciences and social sciences.

The morning begins at Sakamaki Hall the first oral session at 8:30 a.m. The event will shift to the Campus Center Ballroom, with a complimentary lunch at 12:30 p.m. and the poster session at 1:30 p.m.

This year’s presentations include titles such as Mama Don’t Let Your Daughters Grow Up To Be Housewives,Weeding Out Crime: CPTED in Oahu’s Weed and Seed Neighborhoods, 3D Scanning in the Field: Developing a Visualization System for Archaeological Artifacts, Panic, It’s Organic! The Most Desensitized Food Term in the United States and Let’s Talk Food: Identifying Attitudes Toward Healthy Eating in College Students.

The Undergraduate Showcase is sponsored by the UH Mānoa Office of Undergraduate Education. The event highlights the outstanding research and creative work produced by talented undergraduate students across campus at the end of fall and spring semesters.

For more information, visit the Undergraduate Showcase website.

Source: A UH News story