About 400 students participate in YSU's annual QUEST event
YOUNGSTOWN — About 400 Youngstown State University students presented nearly 300 research projects during the university’s 29th annual QUEST Forum for Student Scholarship today.
QUEST gives students the opportunity to choose their own research projects, work with faculty and present them on one day each year to potentially win awards for the best projects and presentations.
Jim Tressel, YSU president, said he’s excited YSU has students with the curiosity and research skills to “go places we haven’t gone before.”
“One of the differentiating factors [we have] is that our full-tenured, full-time faculty are working hand-in-hand with our undergraduate students to make sure they’re prepared for the future and have opportunities ahead of them,” he said.
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