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What is SURI?

SURI is organized by OSU's Undergraduate Research Office to provide student researchers with a strong sense of community through networking, developing professional skills, and having fun during Summer Term at Ohio State. SURI is not a formal research program in and of itself. It is designed to enhance the experience of undergraduate researchers through a series of enrichment programs, both professional and social. All undergraduate researchers are welcome to participate, free of charge, whether participating in formal, organized research programs, or conducting independent research under the guidance of a faculty mentor.

Participate in the Fall Undergraduate Research Student Poster Forum onThursday, September 18, 2014!

All SURI students are invited to present their summer research accomplishments at the Fall Student Poster Forum--a non-juried, celebration of undergraduate research--on Thursday, September 18, 2014 in Thompson Library. Abstracts are due by Friday, August 1st, 2014. Guidelines for abstract submission and the link to online abstract submission are available here.


Photo courtesy of Clement Lu

Don't miss this opportunity to practice your presentation skills and to share your summer research with the Ohio State community!

 


 

 


     

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