AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - Auburn University and Auburn University in Montgomery students will be showcasing their research and creative scholarship in this year's “Auburn Research: Student Symposium." The event, scheduled for March 29-April 2, will contain over 350 student presentations, which will be conducted virtually instead of the normal live presentations.
Podium presentations will be delivered live via Zoom, with the presenters being assigned a specific time. Poster presentations, however, will be prerecorded with opportunities for feedback and interactions.
“The student symposium is envisioned as an opportunity to share student discoveries and creative scholarship with a broad audience consisting of faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students and the public,” said Lorraine Wolf, director of undergraduate research and organizing member of the Auburn Research Symposia Committee. “In addition, students can compete for several awards, with prizes ranging from $50 to $500.”
More information about the event can be found on the Auburn Research: Student Symposium website. Undergraduate students with questions should contact Wolf at firstname.lastname@example.org. Graduate students should direct questions to Sara Schiller at email@example.com.