19th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium
Open to the public!
The Undergraduate Research Symposium is an annual showcase for undergraduate students from all majors to present their work to the wider community. Hundreds of student researchers, including those from Garnet and Gold Scholar Society, Honors in the Major Program, and the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP), present their work as poster and creative presentations in the FSU Oglesby Union Ballrooms. Light refreshments served.
Program of Events
10:30 — 11:45 am Poster Session 1
12:00 — 1:15 pm Food for Thought (creative presentations)
1:30 — 2:45 pm Poster Session 2
3:00 — 4:15 pm Poster Session 3
To see presenter names, time-slots, location numbers, and poster title, view the full program here.
Food for Thought
Food for Thought creative lunch hour is a break from poster presentations where select students present their creative research or project. The presentation topics include accessibility in the museum setting, the FSU Film School and BFA projects, activism in song, contemporary dance, and the relationship between Japanese Manga and Dante's Inferno.
This year's presenters are Anna DeJonge and Molly Walters, Martha Hadley, Will Harrison, Savannah Mikus, and Imranda Ward
Applications to the 19th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium are closed
They will reopen Spring of 2020
If you have questions, please check out the FAQ page, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Watch this video about the 2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium: