Celebration of Undergraduate Research
|Date & Time:||
Thursday , 04/25/2013
from 12:00 PM to 04:00 PM
|Location:||Grand Reading Room, Claire T. Carney Library|
|Sponsored by:||Office of Undergraduate Research|
The Office of Undergraduate Research will hold a Celebration of Undergraduate Research on Thursday, April 25, 2013, in the Library Grand Reading Room, Lib122, from 12pm to 4pm.
Undergraduate students engaged in research can present a 3-minute talk. Research is understood to mean any form of activity, situated in a discipline and utilizing the standards of that discipline, that sets out to solve a well-posed problem. Students currently carry out research in all Colleges of the University and this Celebration of Undergraduate Research Day is aimed at heightening awareness of the excellent research that is being done by undergraduates.
3-minute talks will be carried out as a competition with a pre-selection panel and a judging panel on the day.
Prizes for the 3-minute competition will be awarded as follows:
All entries will be examined by a pre-selection panel, and only those selected by that panel will be able to present in the competition.
The criteria used by the pre-selection panel will be:
The 3-minute competition will be carried out under the following rules:
Enter the 3-minute competition by 5pm Friday, April 19.
No late applications will be considered.
|Additional Info:||Learn more about the Office of Undergraduate Research|