Students to Exhibit Their Collaborative Creativity

Inside USD--Designing a human powered vehicle. Researching the best way to promote support for a nonprofit group helping to free and support child-soldiers in Uganda. Investigating “greenwashing,” the practice of providing misleading information about a product’s environmental benefits.

These are just a few of the 150 research and creative projects that will be presented at USD’s fifth annual Creative Collaborations conference on Thursday, April 15.

A celebration of the university’s intellectual life, Creative Collaborations provides students an opportunity to exhibit their projects before their peers and faculty. Each project has been forged by working with a faculty advisor. Topics range from natural or social sciences to humanities, business and engineering. (Complete story on Inside USD)