37th annual Undergraduate Symposium

Delaney McDaniel, EMU junior, interior design major and Meredith Benedict, EMU junior interior design major.

Students, staff, faculty and community members gathered in the Student Center for Eastern Michigan University’s 37th annual Undergraduate Symposium. Undergraduate students transformed research into eye-catching posters, intriguing oral presentations or captivating exhibits, March 31.

Students were nominated by faculty members to present at the Symposium including: Trevor Leu, sophomore psychology major, Delaney McDaniel, junior interior design major and Meredith Benedict, junior interior design student.

Leu displayed his research project on “Parental Stress and Child Behavior Problems in Head Start Families.” Leu’s favorite part of research was “going on the visits to talk and interact with the families.”

McDaniel and Benedict created the “Living Green” exhibit. McDaniel and Benedict enjoyed “looking into the sustainability of materials.”

“As interior designers, this is what we will strive for always. We will not always have access to whichever material we want,” they said.

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