Graduate Research and Scholarly Projects (GRASP) Symposium

GRASP LogoEach spring, the WSU Graduate School holds a university-wide research symposium, the purpose of which is to:

  • Spread awareness on campus about the state-of-the-art research and scholarly projects being conducted on campus
  • Showcase innovative graduate research to the wider community
  • Highlight the participation of graduate students in research/projects and recognize their contributions of their fields
  • Recognize research mentoring of the faculty advisors
  • Provide a forum for graduate students to practice presentation skills in research and scholarly activities

GRASP 2021 viewing has concluded. Congratulations to our winners:

  • 1st place: Kylie Darland (advisor Erin O'Bryan), Masters of Communications Sciences and Disorders program: The Effects of Varying Melodic Intervals in Melodic Intonation Therapy for Persons with Aphasia
  • 2nd place: Rosalind Canare (advisor Rhonda Lewis), PhD candidate in Community Psychology program: Perceptions of Food Quality in Correctional Facilities
  • 3rd place: Aleshea Her and Yasmin Tang (advisor Trisha Self), Masters of Communications Sciences and Disorders program: Post-Secondary Education Experiences and Needs of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder