Now in its thirteenth year, the Undergraduate Research Symposium on Saturday, October 30, invites contributions from all interested undergraduates concerning their research in any aspect of chemistry, biology and biochemistry. These latest advances will be disseminated in a day-long event at which more than 400 students and mentors typically gather, comprising about 200 contributions. This year we will follow a poster presentation format in two sessions. Posters will be judged by a panel of participating mentors and other attendees, and awards will be made for first and second place rankings in each category. Concurrent application courses and a plenary talk by Dr. Theodore Goodman of the University of Michigan will be included this year.
Registration for the symposium is required, but free, and refreshments and lunch are provided gratis. Plan on joining us for this exceptional undergraduate experience!