SWOSU Students Hold Research Fair
Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s 13th annual Student Research/Scholarly Activity Fair was recently held on the Weatherford campus. Nearly 110 students and 26 faculty sponsors presented posters and podium sessions.
SWOSU art faculty member EK Joeng and student Jennifer Holloway (right) stand by a drawing showing how the old masters of the Renaissance used drawings as the essence of their artwork and why drawing was important in their studies and compositions. The Fair is a project of the SWOSU Research/Scholarly Activity Committee with cooperation and support from the SWOSU Office of Sponsored Programs.
Nursing students (front from left) Lauren Brown, Victoria Dean and Cricket Cook and (back from left) Kara Oldenburg, Farren Evetts, Cheryl Smith and Dennis Ward worked on a project involving the effects of nutrition education on the amount of soft drinks consumed by students.
Jarred Pettijohn is one of the students working on new labeling software for the Bar-S facility in Clinton.