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Attend The Undergrad Research Conference

Attend the Undergraduate Research and Innovation Conference

A glimpse at the 2013 Undergraduate Research and Innovation Conference.

This weekend’s Undergraduate Research and Innovation Conference will obviously be full of new and interesting information, but did you know…

By the numbers

9th annual
87 student posters
1 Art Gallery Exhibit
65 student lectures
34 presentations on exhibit at the Conference Reception
4 student-directed one-act plays
2 days

Themes derived from the session titles

chemical food analyses
habitat and interaction with our external and internal environments
health from the cellular level to sleep deprivation
examining and defining communities
data visualization as it pertains to humans, animals, plants, and cities

Posters and presentations

The conference runs March 28-29 in various locations on campus. Friday’s poster presentation in Student Street and the student lectures on Saturday are free for all to attend.

Conference schedule and program

Some Question and Answer interviews with TRU students who in the past few months conducted undergraduate research through a UREAP grant:

Alison McClean — Microbiology
Thomas Giroday — Chemistry
Katie Bennett — Animal Biology
Brandon Samoyloff — Architectural Engineering
Orri Greaves — Animal Biology
Stacey Kaufman — Psychology

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