Spring 2020 Undergraduate Research Week
The Spring 2020 Undergraduate Research week was scheduled for March 27 - April 5 with 20 events spanning across 10 days.
Unfortunately, due to the restrictions on large public gatherings that went into effect mid-March, many of the events were canceled. However, several key events were successfully transitioned to virtual formats. Take a look at the student presentations below:
- Formerly known as the Undergraduate Science Research Symposium, the Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium includes student researchers from all academic disciplines. Browse posters by student name or department.
- Art History Senior Research Colloquium. The Senior Research Colloquium class developed and refined in-depth research into various topics, culminating in papers and formal presentations available to view online.
- The final presentation by the Museality class, which is associated with the Woody Museum Interns. Open the page, then hit present. Use the arrows on the keyboard to advance each slide. For each slide click on the speaker icon in the corner to start the 30-90 seconds of audio. Even if the audio starts itself, click on the speaker, as it will "stall" after a few seconds. There is a 2-minute video in one of the last slides that requires an extra click.
- The Geospatial Research Symposium is an opportunity for students, faculty, and professionals to learn and present about research and careers involving spatial data.