Annual Creativity in Arts and Sciences
The annual Creativity in Arts and Sciences, also known as "CASE” was held today at the University of Florida. "CASE" science and art students to work together on projects that blend the two fields bringing a visual understanding to research that might be considered difficult.
"It's actually helped me to explain my project better to other people because they have that visual and they are kind of brought in by something that when you look at a poster. There’s graphs and maybe a couple of tables but when there's something as dynamic as the video it really captures your attention and it helps to explain more complex scientific conclusions or data," said Mariel Rickert.
Over 100 undergraduates had the opportunity to showcase their originality and research. Students apart of the event were allowed to compete within the collaboration categories. The showcase featured science posters, art exhibits and many performances.
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