The 2014 Fall Undergraduate Research Fair will be held on Thursday, October 30, 2014 in the Jordan Hall of Science.
Schedule of Events:
- Undergraduate Research Opportunities in Chemistry – 6:00-7:00 p.m., Room 101
- Student Poster Presentations – 7:00-8:00 p.m., Galleria. Review the abstracts for the poster presentations.
- Undergraduate Research Internship Information Night – 8:00-9:00 p.m., Room 101
Representatives from many organizations involved in providing, promoting, and supporting opportunities of undergraduate research will be present from 7:00-8:00 p.m. in the Galleria to answer questions and provide advice.
Participating organizations include:
- The Career Center
- Center for Nano Science and Technology
- Center for Research Computing
- Center for Sustainable Energy (ND Energy)
- Center for Undergraduate Scholarly Engagement (CUSE)
- Dinners for Increased Scholarly Communication (DISC)
- First Year of Studies
- Harper Cancer Research Institute
- Hesburgh Library
- Indiana University of Medical School - South Bend
- Innovation Park at Notre Dame
- Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts (ISLA)
- Kellogg Institute
- MD Anderson Cancer Center
- Museum of Biodiversity
- Nanovic Institute for European Studies
- Scientia – The Undergraduate Journal of Scientific Research
- Sustainability Minor
- University of Notre Dame Environmental Research Center (UNDERC)
Students: Please consider presenting your research as a poster at the Fall Undergraduate Research Fair. One important purpose of the research fair is to provide an opportunity for students to get advice from fellow science students about getting involved in research. Presenting research is a great way to demonstrate to fellow students the range of possibilities available, as well as getting experience of giving a poster presentation.
Research presented in posters could have taken place at Notre Dame or another institution, and over the summer or during the semester. The research does not necessarily have to be scientific in nature; science students that have undertaken research in other areas of scholarly endeavor are also encouraged to present a poster. Also, such a presentation could reuse an existing poster that has been generated for another event or scientific meeting. Furthermore, all science majors are encouraged to present their research.
If you are interested in presenting your research as a poster, please email Dominic Chaloner, Ph.D., Undergraduate Research Coordinator, no later than Thursday, October 9, 2014, including the following information in your email: an existing or potential title of your poster presentation; institution where the research took place; when the research took place; the name and email address of your research mentor, and your science major. Subsequently, students will need to provide a brief 200 word abstract about the research being presented for inclusion in a handout that will provided at the event. If students have not already generated a poster about their research, the College of Science will pay for the poster to be printed and details on how to do this will be provided closer to the event.
Please view the 2014 Fall Undergraduate Research Fair Poster for more information.