Fall 2013 Undergraduate Research Symposium
Mark your calendars for Family Weekend: October 25-27, 2013!
SIRE-sponsored symposium for all students: Featuring student work from across the university
Friday, October 25th, from 3-5 PM and Saturday, October 26th, from 10-noon in the Coca Cola Commons of the Dobbs University Center.
Please stop by to meet our students and hear about their research experiences. Students will present work from all fields including Natural Science, Social Science, Humanities and Creative & Performing Arts. All Emory students are welcome to present - registration is now open: Register by noon on October 15 by submitting our online form.
General Symposium Information
Emory College offers research symposia featuring undergraduate research twice a year. The Fall Research Symposium is during Family Weekend in October, and the Spring Research Symposium is during Undergraduate Research Week in April. Along with other interested students, students funded by SIRE will present their work in one or both of the symposia during the academic year they are funded.
In the Emory College symposia, all participants will be asked to give poster presentations of their research projects, however the format may vary for department-specific symposia. Awards will be given to the best research presentation in each of the three major divisions: Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, and Humanities and Creative & Performing Arts. All students are offered advice on how to represent their work in poster format- please contact Dr. Jacob Shreckengost at email@example.com to make an appointment.
For all conference presentations, including on campus symposia, Emory College students may make an appointment to print their research posters free of charge. E-mail a .pdf version of the poster to College Computing Support at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here to download guidelines for making and printing posters. Please note that re-prints of posters due to formatting/grammatical errors will be done at the expense of the student.