Your support is always welcome and helps to partially fund this annual day-long event. Participation at SOURCE is open to students (undergraduate and graduate), faculty and staff in all academic disciplines. Students present the results of their faculty-mentored research and creative activities by presenting a poster, talk, or performance. SOURCE is patterned after professional meetings, with concurrent morning and afternoon presentations and an awards presentation.
Attendance and participation at SOURCE is free and is made possible by the generous contributions of time and effort by students, faculty, and staff at Central as well as our community sponsors and judges.
To contribute directly online please visit https://www.mycentral.cwu.edu/give#.VO-HW0v_TRo and select "SOURCE Symposium" from the dropdown menu.
Please contact the SOURCE office at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Thank you for your support!
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