Johnson City - From homelessness in Kingsport to ancient ceramic pottery to empathy in toddlers, East Tennessee State University students have a wide range of research interests.
ETSU Vice Provost for Research Bill Duncan said more than 200 ETSU students participated in the annual Appalachian Student Research Forum held at the Millennium Centre on Thursday. That number represents an increase of about 30 percent from two years ago.
Duncan said this annual event allows undergraduate, graduate and medical students, post-doctoral fellows and medical residents to present their research in a formal setting.
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