Undergraduate Research Highlighted at Annual Symposium
February 10, 2016
The breadth of scholarship and creativity produced by Old Dominion University students will be featured at the annual ODU Undergraduate Research Symposium on Saturday, Feb. 13.
Research conducted by more than three dozen students from across academic disciplines will be highlighted through poster displays, art exhibits and oral presentations in the Learning Commons of the Perry Library.
Presenters are recommended by faculty for inclusion in the symposium, which will run from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The event is free and open to ODU students and faculty, high school and community college students and their families.
"At the same time that we have the poster presentations and the art works displayed in the atrium, there will be three concurrent oral presentation sessions where students will give talks about their research," said David Gauthier, associate professor of marine science at Old Dominion and the director of undergraduate research.
A continental breakfast will be served during registration in the Learning Commons in the Northwest Atrium, and lunch will follow the symposium at Café 1201 in Webb Center.
Those planning to attend the research symposium are asked to RSVP to this link.