Twice yearly the Office of Undergraduate Research sponsors the Undergraduate Research Symposium. Students in all academic departments, programs and schools are encouraged to present their original research. In addition to poster sessions, the symposium program includes a keynote address, selected student talks, performances and demonstrations of projects.
Undergraduate Research Symposium Posters contains research posters and abstracts from current and past symposiums.
Students who have participated in the Undergraduate Research Symposium should review the Policies before submitting their posters through the Submit Research link located under the Author Corner in the left sidebar. Students must receive permission from their mentors first to verify that the materials/data can be made publicly available.
Posters/Abstracts from 2013
Role of leukocyte trafficking in cervicovaginal HIV-1 transmission, Tony Sun and Maud Deruaz
Change and Durabilty Within Senegalese Fashion and Identity, Camille L. Wright
Posters/Abstracts from 2012
Interactions Between Emotion and Semantics in Linguistic Processing, Emily C. Cokorinos
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Studies of Sodiumaluminohexahydride (Na3AlH6), Tim J. Ellis-Caleo
The Challenges in Chilean Intercultural Health, Abigail Korn
Identifying the Molecular Mechanism of Skin Barrier Formation: A Genomics Approach, Grace Kroner, Danielle Albea, and Cristina Strong
Investigation of mRNA methytransferase proteins in Tetrahymena, Monirath Siv and Nicholas Nauman