It was a time for Youngstown State University students to shine during the 30th edition of QUEST, which spotlights students’ research.
Students presented their findings on a range of topics, across dozens of disciplines. Faculty judges were listening and asking questions about the findings.
It’s a great way for students to share achievements and creations, hone their presentation skills and receive university recognition for accomplishments.
“Essentially, it helps to reinforce their knowledge. It gets them to engage with the faculty in a much more fulsome way, in a problem-solving way, but it also creates connections with industry,” said Greg Dillon, of YSU.
The Best of QUEST winners will be announced around 7 p.m. Tuesday.