Undergraduate students in the arts and sciences present their scholarly works from the past academic year in oral and poster format. The opening of the conference includes a keynote address.
This type of conference prepares students for graduate-level expectations, as well as teaching them the ability to talk about their research in grad school interviews.
For students who follow a career path after their undergraduate studies, the conference improves self-confidence, their ability to articulate ideas publicly, and increases appreciation of scholarship in other disciplines.
April 24, 2014
Rogalski Center Ballroom, 3-8 p.m.
Submission Deadline: April 10 at 4 p.m.
Students apply here
Faculty recommendation forms here
Past topics have included:
Morphometric Differences between Certain Structures of Dementia and Non-dementia Diagnosed Brains
Elisabeth Vigée-Lebrun: The Undervalued Female Artist of 18th Century France
Research on the effects of age and cognitive load on balance performance
Emilia and the Inequalities Between Men and Women in William Shakespeare's Othello
TPRS: An Alternative Method for Teaching a Foreign Language
Haiti: A Country that immigrated to the United States