‘Auburn Research: Student Symposium’ to feature projects by 440 students
Approximately 440 students are expected to present their research and creative scholarship projects March 28 during the annual “Auburn Research: Student Symposium,” which returns to an in-person format this year in the Melton Student Center.
“We will have at least 300 students giving poster presentations and 140 who will give talks about their work,” said Lorenzo Cremaschi, director of undergraduate research. “This is a great opportunity for the campus community to view and support their hard work.”
Undergraduate and graduate students from both Auburn and Auburn University at Montgomery will be on hand throughout the day from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. as judges and guests view the posters and listen to talks. Cash awards will be presented to winners on the university level and for each college.
More information can be found on the Auburn Research: Student Symposium website. Undergraduate students with questions should contact Cremaschi at email@example.com. Graduate students should direct questions to Sara Schiller at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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