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Undergraduate Research Conference
|Event Start Date||Thursday, April 18, 2013|
Hahn University Center
|Event Start Time||12:10 pm - 2:15 pm|
12:10 p.m.: Welcome by Julie H. Sullivan, Executive Vice President and Provost
USD’s Undergraduate Research Conference (formerly known as Creative Collaborations) showcases undergraduate research, scholarship, internships and creative works in partnership with faculty mentors. There will be over 200 presentations of student-faculty collaborative work this year from disciplines across the campus through poster presentations, interactive exhibits, and, new this year, a Visual Arts Exhibition. Visual arts students will display their art in the University Center Exhibit Hall from April 15-28, 2013.
This is the 23rd year of an undergraduate research conference at the University of San Diego. Many of the students who participate in the Undergraduate Research Conference also publish their work in academic journals and present their projects at national, international and regional conferences. These projects often lead to graduate school acceptances and prestigious scholarship awards. The high-quality work of our students reflects the outstanding mentoring abilities of USD faculty, as well as the intellectual curiosity of our undergraduate students.
We encourage you to visit the various presentations and exhibits and talk with our students about their ongoing research and creative activities.
|Contact||Thomas Herrinton | firstname.lastname@example.org | (619) 260-4553|