The Student Research Symposium (SRS) is our end-of-year celebration of faculty-mentored student scholarship. It is open to all to attend.
The SRS allows undergraduate and graduate students to present their original projects under faculty supervision - for example, as part of an independent study, honors thesis, Master's thesis, seminar study, or other supervised work.
Apply to Present at the SRS
Projects are welcome from all scholarly disciplines and can take numerous forms, such as critical reviews, laboratory projects, field studies, or creative works. Whatever its form, the presentation allows students to share their completed (or nearly completed) projects with a broad audience.
Students can apply to present at the 2023 SRS by submitting an abstract to our SRS Submission Portal, available in April, 2023. They must have a faculty supervisor for the project. Please see our guidelines on Writing an Abstract.
If your proposal is accepted, the next step is to prepare your poster presentation! See our Poster Presentation Tips page for an orientation to posters, sample posters, and suggestions on how to create an effective one.
Previous SRS Programs
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