Visits https://www.tntech.edu/research/research-day/index.php to see the winners and proceedings from this year’s Research and Creative Inquiry Day. Just as the entire campus was adapting to conditions surrounding COVID-19, the 2020 Research and Creative Inquiry Day event was modified from its usual in-person format to a digital one this year. The digital format allowed students to still be able to showcase their research by submitting a digital poster or paper that was judged online. Of the 222 abstracts originally received, 184 digital posters/papers were submitted for judging. Also special this year were three creative media inquiry projects developed in the Social Problems (SOC 1650) class taught by Dr. Ada Haynes, Professor of Sociology, during the Fall 2019 semester. The videos from those projects can be found on the event web page. The Office of Research congratulates the winners and sincerely thanks everyone who contributed to making this event so successful despite the unusual circumstances.

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