Eight Inver Hills students present at state research conference

Eight Inver Hills Community College students participated in the second-annual Minnesota Conference for Undergraduate Scholarly and Creative Activity last month at Minnesota State University, Mankato. The students presented research papers on topics ranging from Shakespeare’s Hamlet to post-war American suburbia.
The students were able to attend the conference thanks to the newly formed Research Across Disciplines committee at Inver Hills. The committee was formed in response to changes across the United States that have challenged two-year colleges to provide more and better research training and opportunities.
Congratulations to the eight students who presented on behalf of Inver Hills Community College!

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