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Twelve Auburn researchers will discuss their unique projects during the Auburn Talks Sept. 22 as part of the “This is Research: Faculty Symposium 2017.” Two rounds of the 10-minute talks are scheduled during the event, which will be held in the Student Center.

The 9:30-11 a.m. session includes Karen Rabren, College of Education; Maria Soledad Peresin, School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences; Haroldo Toro, College of Veterinary Medicine; David Cicero, Harbert College of Business; Barbara Baker, College of Liberal Arts; and Randall Clark, Harrison School of Pharmacy.

The 1-2:30 p.m. session includes Bill Walton, College of Agriculture; Tony Overfelt, Samuel Ginn College of Engineering; Xavier Vendrell, College of Architecture, Design and Construction; Elizabeth Schwartz, College of Sciences and Mathematics; Veena Chattaraman, College of Human Sciences; and Linda Gibson-Young, School of Nursing.

Their synopses are available online.

The symposium also includes posters displays; research expo; and two sessions of roundtable discussions with the theme, “How to Grow Our Research.” An invited reception for new research cluster hires will be held the afternoon of Sept. 21. More details are available on the website.