Please join us on Tuesday, April 19, 2016 as we celebrate and explore student research in Sciences, Engineering, Humanities, Management, Education, Fine Arts, Social Sciences & Community Engagement. This year's symposium will take on an exciting new format including a formal poster presentation competition (for cash prizes), networking opportunities with our industry partners, and the opportunity for symposium attendees to vote for poster "fan favorites."
Students are able to participate in a couple of ways this year, including a formal poster presentation competition and a reception poster session. Please note that while students are not required to participate in both, it is highly encouraged and recommended. Read more about the poster competition and reception below.
“This university-wide event celebrates the impressive scholarly accomplishments of our students."
— Julie Chen, Vice Provost for Research