17th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium

The 17th annual University of Florida Undergraduate Research Symposium is taking place on Thursday, March 24th, 2016, in the J. Wayne Reitz Union Grand Ballroom. The Symposium is free, and all UF Undergraduate students are eligible, and encouraged to submit a poster of their research.

If you would like to present at the symposium, please complete this application by Thursday, March 3, 2016. Remember that your Faculty Mentor must approve of your abstract and title before you submit.

This year we are very pleased that UF President, Dr. W. Kent Fuchs, will be joining us for this event.

You may select from two time periods and are required to stay the entire block of time.

Poster presentation: You will stand by your poster for an hour while audience members approach you with questions. Then during a second hour, you will view posters and ask questions. You will be required to attend one of two sessions - scheduled from 8:45 am - 12:15 pm or 11:00 am - 3:00 pm. We will provide easels, 3' x 4' boards and clips, you provide the 3'x4' poster - no other size will be allowed.

Note: if you want to present a live performance contact Donna Jackson, djackson@aa.ufl.edu by March 3. We will provide a stage with sound and lighting. The live performances schedule will be announced at a later date. Also, we have screens and projectors if you would prefer to show your work using these instead of a live performance.

You will be notified of your presentation time by Monday, March 21st. Due to the number of students planning to present, and program publication deadlines, you will NOT be able to change your presentation time after the schedule has been released.

For information on poster preparation and guidelines, please visit the scholars website at www.scholars.ufl.edu and click on the "Undergraduate Research Symposium" link.

Questions? Please contact Donna Jackson at djackson@aa.ufl.edu. Please include "Symposium" as the subject.

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