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The University Graduate Student Association and the Graduate School hosted the Fourth Annual NC State University Graduate Student Research Symposium. The goals of the symposium were to showcase the outstanding quality and diversity of graduate-level research at NC State, and to share it with state decision-makers.

Marty Maxwell Lane, Deb Littlejohn and I were asked to present our projects at the event. We each made posters, like mine shown at top, to share and explain the goals of our investigations. We participated in the Humanities and Design category, where I am happy to report that I was awarded the first prize. :)

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2 Responses to The Final Project: Graduate Research Symposium

  1. […] I have written before before, this past week was the Fourth Annual NC State University Graduate Student Research Symposium. […]

  2. […] On March 18th, 2009, Alberto Rigau’s research “In what ways can design address consumption induced behaviors and provide a set of tools to help consumers manage, control, and personalize fiscal activities?” was awarded the first prize in the Humanities and Design category of the Fourth Annual NC State University Graduate Student Research Symposium. As credit cards have increasingly become essential to Americans’ financing, Rigau set out to find ways to address consumer behaviors through design and to propose “a set of tools to help consumers manage, control and personalize fiscal activities.” His study serves to investigate those “moments in which design intervention can bring about reflective thought about spending habits.” Read more here. […]

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