Students display work at Washburn Apeiron

Washburn Apeiron has 94 students presenting results of research in poster presentations, which including oral presentations, exhibitions and performance. Aperion is a forum of student research, scholarship and creativity created at Washburn. Washburn students from all disciplines can participate in Apeiron, which is an annual event that will allows students to showcase their research, scholarship, and creative activities that they work on during the year in a setting similar to a professional meeting.

This year, Aperion is scheduled to have the fine arts performances begin from 11 a.m. to 12:55 p.m. in Carole Chapel with the following schedule:

·      11 a.m.- Fetter String Quartet performance subject: “How Dvorak’s String Quartet No. 12 in F Major Opus 96 Movement II (“American Quartet”), Alludes to the Native American Culture”

·      11:30 a.m.- Performance, “My Rights, Your Rights, Our Rights: A Journey to Understanding Race Relations”

·      11:55 a.m.- Performance, “Bros.”

·      12:15 p.m.- Performance, “’Trying to Resist’: A Kinetic Commentary”

·      12:30 p.m.- Performance, “Choices”

From 1 to 2:50 p.m. the oral presentational will begin in the School of Law building. Then, the poster session and reception will be from 3:45 to 5 p.m. in Washburn Room of Memorial Union.

The main topics of this event includes “Do Carbonated Beverages Affect Plasma Lactate Levels and Athletic Performance?”, “Physical and Psychological Effects of Sleep Deprivation on ICU Patients”, “A Trip to El Salvador: Providing Clean Water and Hygiene Education” and “A Critical Education: Washburn University’s Role in Brown vs. Topeka Board of Education.”