Research projects

Husky Showcase Highlights SCSU Student Research Projects

ST. CLOUD — There are hundreds of research projects underway at St. Cloud State University, and the Husky Showcase brings together the best in one place.

Megane Robillard, SCSU’s Associate Director of Research and Development helps organize the showcase to highlight the variety and diversity of research taking place at St. Cloud.

There’s just great biology research going on that people may not be aware of, and diabetes studies. It really covers the gamut, and that’s what I find so great.

Abdul Kahn has developed an app as part of its masters program to help travelers avoid scams when booking holidays online. He was at the showcase to publicize his new program.

I am currently finishing up my masters and this was my freshman project in one of my classes. My professor encouraged me to pursue this project for my dissertation.

With the rise of remote work, Claude Leestudent in economics and statistics, studied the effect of remote work on older workers.

His research indicates that older workers were more likely to retire rather than learn a new way of doing business.

The more telecommuting positions you offer, the more it will drive away people who cannot work from home. You lose people.

Over 150 projects are on display for review by faculty, students, family and the general public.

The Husky Showcase continues this afternoon at the Atwood Memorial Center with an awards show at 4:30 p.m.

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