2020 Virtual Undergraduate Research Symposium

Virtual 2020 Undergraduate Research Symposium
Various Zoom sessions from April 6th at 3:35 pm to April 9th at 7:45 pm
You are invited to join us throughout the week of April 6 as current undergraduate researchers present their posters virtually for the 2020 Undergraduate Research Symposium! Through the Facebook event page we will share the time for each presentation session, zoom event link and the general area/topic of the presentations so you can watch and support your friends and peers.
In order for the students to gain the most experience during the virtual symposium, we encourage you to invite your peers, professors, and family to hop on zoom event! Many of our presenters participate in the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP), Garnet and Gold Scholar Society, and Honors in the Major Thesis, and are joined by other students conducting research from across campus. In addition, Nourishing Creativity, taking place on Thursday, April 9th at noon, will feature several creative projects from poetry, to visual arts and more.
Access the program by day to view the dates and times of each sharing session with student name, project title, research mentor.
To view presentation order and project abstracts, visit bit.ly/ursabstract2020.

Nourishing Creativity

Watch the videos from the Zoom session below!

The GradImpact Project: Digital Storytelling of FSU Graduate Student Experiences
Miquelle de la Ossa & Nyah German
Research Mentor: Dr. Adrienne Stephenson

Mondays Call From Your Mother, And All The Things We've Lost, poetry reading
Emilee Wigglesworth
Research Mentor: David Kirby

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts Blog Publication Project
Group project
Research Mentor: Dr. Arianne Quinn

$1,134.24, A Visual Art Project
Morgan Wegner
Research Mentor: Tenee' Hart

Question and Answer session

Program of poster sharing events

Monday, April 6th

Tuesday, April 7th

Wednesday, April 8th

Thursday, April 9th

Hear from our campus partners!

  • Honors in the Major

    Honors in the Major

    A message from Dr. Michael Franklin, director of the Honors in the Major program, to students at FSU. FSU developed the Honors in the Major Program to encourage students to explore their major disciplines in greater depth by completing a research or creative project.

    Hear from Michael

  • Libraries

    University Libraries

    Denise A. Wetzel, Dirac Science librarian and chair of the University Libraries UROP Excellence in Research Initiative, shares information about the opportunities and resources available through the University Libraries as students pursue research beyond the classrooms.

    Hear from Denise

  • GGSS

    Garnet and Gold Scholar Society

    Research Experiences are sustained scholarly or creative projects developed under the direction of a faculty mentor that culminate in a formal presentation, publication, performance or exhibition.

    Hear from Garnet and Gold

  • CGE

    Center for Global Engagement

    The CGE provides orientation, immigration advising, and ongoing support to over 2,500 international students and family members as well as to over 300 international scholars and faculty. We also offer a variety of educational, social and cultural programs for all students throughout the year.

    Hear from the CGE

  • ONF

    Office of National Fellowships

    The Office of National Fellowships seeks to benefit the development of student excellence, both academic and intrapersonal, and to ensure success, not only for qualified applicants, but also for the personal growth of individuals whose efforts and contributions benefit the entire university community.

    Read more about ONF

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