Ten research projects with diverse topics ranging from the reconstruction of a sea slug genus to fact-checking in a “post-truth” world were recognized as the best oral presentations at the Fifth Annual Cal Poly Pomona Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities Conference.
The projects are eligible to be nominated to the 31st Annual California State University Student Research Competition to be held at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo on April 28-29.
Overall, 117 oral presentations were delivered and 38 poster/design projects displayed March 3 on campus. In addition, creative works showcased artwork, prototypes and design projects.
“Conferences like these help students develop skills to organize their thoughts about their work and …