“Every SURCA student participant learned something new through their research as well as contributed knowledge to their field,” said Mary F. Wack, vice provost for undergraduate education. “They also demonstrated considerable effort and had the confidence to deliver a high-quality SURCA presentation to their peers and the public.
“We are inspired by each and every one of those students, and proud that SURCA goes a great distance every year to advance research and help WSU deliver transformational educational experiences to undergraduates in every way.”
Arts and Design
Gray awards (2): Hamidreza Esmaeillou, Quinton Lum, Victoria Page, and James Reyes, mentor Kathleen Ryan, on “Co-Design of a Bus Shelter: Reviving Community;” and Maria Tatum, mentor Kathleen Ryan, on “Rural Revival: The Spirit of a Small Washington Community.”
Novice awards (2): Philip VanDevanter, mentor Kathleen Ryan, on “Sauk-Suiattle Cultural Center: Co-Designing a Meaningful Place;” and Melanie Laws, Shelby Ruiz, and Kelli Young, mentor Kathleen Ryan, on “Design to Experience.”