[Eecs-news-links] Update - Summer Research Symposium open to all OSU Undergraduates
gale.sumida at oregonstate.edu
Thu Jul 28 11:32:00 PDT 2016
Greetings OSU Undergraduate Researchers,
The Division of Undergraduate Studies is organizing an Undergraduate Summer Research Symposium (USRS) to be held at OSU on August 30 in LINC 314.
The symposium is open to all OSU undergraduates - those conducting research this summer, and those that have conducted research earlier. The symposium is an excellent opportunity for undergraduates to share their research with others. All participants will be eligible for the Research Fellow Transcript Notation. http://undergraduate.oregonstate.edu/research/transcript-notation.
Two presentation options will be available:
a. 10 minute presentations
b. 3 minute presentations
Questions can be sent to ugr at oregonstate.edu<mailto:ugr at oregonstate.edu>
All participants are encouraged to attend at least one (more, if interested) of the following Practice Sessions to be held 2.00 to 4.00 PM in ALS 4000 on:
If you are unable to attend any of the sessions, please let me know when you send the requested information listed below.
Undergraduates should discuss their interest in participating in the symposium with their research mentor and then send an email by July 29 to ugr at oregonstate.edu<mailto:ugr at oregonstate.edu> with 'USRS' indicated in the 'Subject', and the following in the body of the email:
Name of Undergraduate Researcher:
Name of Research Mentor:
Presentation Category: 10 minute or 3 minute presentation
Research Topic (Broadly describe area of research in one sentence):
Practice Session: (Please indicate which session you plan to attend; if unable to attend any session, please indicate reason so that appropriate alternative arrangements can be made)
This information is requested for planning the symposium.
Sujaya Rao, PhD.
Director of Undergraduate Research
Division of Undergraduate Studies
Oregon State University
ugr at oregonstate.edu<mailto:Sujaya-ugr at oregonstate.edu>
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