Student Research Days participants sought

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Student Research Days participants sought

The registration deadline for the 2024 Student Research Day is March 2.
The registration deadline for the 2024 Student Research Day is March 2.

Registration for student presenters in the Spring 2024 Graduate and Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Poster Sessions closes at 5 p.m. March 2.

To kick off Student Research Days, students are given the opportunity to present their research or creative work to the campus community across several sessions. Students in engineering and the physical sciences will present on March 26 (undergraduates from 10 a.m. to noon, and graduate students from 3-5 p.m.). Students in the life Sciences, education, business, social sciences and the arts and humanities will present on March 27 (undergraduates from 10 a.m. to noon and graduate students from 3-5 p.m.).

The Spring Student Research Days shines a light on the research and creative accomplishments by NU graduate and undergraduate students. These poster sessions offer opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students to showcase their research or creative activity; to communicate their results to other students, faculty and staff; and to facilitate interdisciplinary work by exchanging knowledge and ideas with other individuals as well as across labs and disciplines. Alternate presentation methods are available if another method would be more appropriate to your work.

Most students choose to present their work with a research poster, but there will be a limited number of TVs and other resources available if you need to present your work through another medium (e.g., a display of artistic pieces). Students can also choose to participate in the poster and creative exhibition competition, where top presenters will win awards and monetary prizes.

All students are welcome to present and there is no cost to register. Student Research Days are hosted by the offices of Undergraduate Research, Graduate Studies and Research and Economic Development.

Learn more information about the graduate event and the undergraduate event.

Contact Lisa Rohde at (graduate students) or Kali Patterson at (undergraduates) for questions.

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