The Florida State University Division of Undergraduate Studies and the Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement will present the Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Student Union Ballrooms on Thursday, April 6.
The annual event, one of the largest university-based symposia in the country and FSU’s only all-campus interdisciplinary undergraduate research showcase, provides undergraduate students from all majors the opportunity to present their work to the wider community.
More than 500 student researchers, including those from the Garnet and Gold Scholar Society, Honors in the Major Program, the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program and more, will present their work as posters and creative presentations.
RSVP is encouraged but not required.
The event will take place:
THURSDAY, APRIL 6
STUDENT UNION BALLROOMS
75 N. WOODWARD AVE.
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
The event schedule is:
11-12 P.M. POSTER SESSION ONE
12-1:15 P.M. NOURISHING CREATIVITY, ROOM 2213
1:30-2:30 P.M. POSTER SESSION TWO
2:45-3:45 P.M. POSTER SESSION THREE
4-5 P.M. POSTER SESSION FOUR
For more information or to view the symposium program, visit cre.fsu.edu.