Crowd during the Expo

GPSA Research Exposition & Academic Showcase

GPSA Research Exposition and Academic Showcase are held annually together in late March on the WSU-Pullman campus. The event offers WSU graduate and professional students a forum for presenting their original research, scholarship, and/or creative work while they are competing for winning awards in different submission categories.

Students of all disciplines are welcome to participate. As a participant, you display your poster or creative work alongside your fellow graduate and professional students. You have the opportunity to present your work to faculty, students, other members of the University community, and the general public.

View the official website and application on the GPSA Research Exposition website.

Meet the Research Expo Awardees

Research Categories

The following are the eligible research categories for the Expo competition.

  • Agricultural & Natural Resource Sciences: Agricultural Economics; Animal Sciences; Crop Science; Entomology; Environmental Science; Food Science; Geology; Horticulture; Molecular Plant Sciences; Natural Resource Sciences; Plant Pathology; Prevention Science; Soil Science, and related research areas.
  • Physical & Social Sciences: American Studies; Anthropology; Biology; Chemistry; Computational Finance; Criminal Justice; English; History; Materials Science Engineering; Mathematics and Statistics; Physics and Astronomy; Psychology; Sociology, and related research areas.
  • Arts & Education Sciences: Architecture & Interior Design; Athletic Training; Chancellors; Cultural Studies; Educational Psychology; Fine Arts; Languages, Cultures, and Race; Music; Philosophy; Sport Management; Teaching and Learning, and related research areas.
  • Business, Communication, & Political Sciences: Accounting; Apparel, Merchandising, Design & Textiles; Business Administration; Economics; Finance; Hospitality and Tourism; Management; Information Systems; Operations & Management Science; Political Science; Marketing; Society & Politics; Science & Environmental Communication, and related research areas.
  • Engineering & Environmental Sciences: Biological & Agricultural Engineering; Chemical Engineering; Civil & Environmental Engineering; Electrical and Computer Engineering; Environmental Engineering; Mechanical Engineering; Software Engineering, Computer Science, and related research areas.
  • Medical & Life Sciences: Biomedical Sciences; Medical & Education & Clinical Sciences; Medicine; Nutrition & Excursive Physiology; Speech & Hearing Sciences; Nursing; Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences; Veterinary Medicine, and related research areas.