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The Undergraduate Research Office and the University Libraries are excited to announce the 2014 Fall Undergraduate Research Week, now in its eighth year! Join us for a week of student and faculty panels leading up to The Student Poster Forum on Thursday, September 18.

Accepted abstracts for the Fall Student Poster Forum are now available for online viewing! Browse the abstracts of more than 200 students who will be presenting research posters and view the Fall Forum program!

2014 Schedule

Monday, September 15 5:30pm
113 Dreese Lab

 

Spilling the Beans: The Secrets of Undergraduate Research

Learn from student panelists in various disciplines about how they got started doing research, what they do, and how you might get involved. We will be joined by Rashmi Borah (Microbiology/Philosophy), Lienne Sethna (Geophysics), Max Mauerman (Political Science/Economics), Ryan Tran (Microbiology) and Kimberly Lachell (Materials Science Engineering). Be ready to be inspired! [RSVP]

Tuesday, September 16
5:30pm
2 Psychology Building
 

Faculty Perspectives on Research

Wondering what faculty members really think about research?  Come to this panel to hear what professors from various disciplines have to say about working with undergraduate researchers.  Learn more about what they expect from undergraduate researchers, and what you can expect from the experience of working closely with faculty. We will be joined by Christin Burd (Molecular Genetics), Chris Baker (Electrical and Computer Engineering), Mat Coleman (Geography) and Chris Callam (Chemistry & Biochemistry)[RSVP]

Wednesday, September 17
5:30pm
150 Thompson Library


 

Join the Research Conversation
Presented by the University Libraries

Active research is happening across the university and researchers regularly debate and inspire one another through their writings. Find out how to "hear" this conversation and how to join in - right here at Ohio State - in this interactive session from University Libraries and the Undergraduate Research Office. [RSVP]

Thursday,
September 18
11:00am-4:00pm
The Buckeye Reading Room in Thompson Library

 

Fall Student Poster Forum
Co-sponsored by the University Libraries

Attend the culminating event of Undergraduate Research Week: a poster forum highlighting the work of undergraduate summer researchers in numerous disciplines, from biomedical sciences to the humanities.  Stop by to view their accomplishments and talk to them about the summer research experience.  A great opportunity to explore the possibilities of undergraduate research and see the amazing results of learning experiences outside of the classroom!  

The 2014 Forum will feature 3 poster sessions throughout the day. Students from a variety of disciplines will be presenting during each session.

  • Session 1: 11:00am-12:30pm
  • Session 2: 12:45pm-2:15pm
  • Session 3: 2:30-4:00pm

Browse accepted abstracts here.

Friday, September 19
2:30-3:30pm
388 Arps Hall

 

Steps to Publishing Undergraduate Research
Presented by the Journal of Undergraduate Research at Ohio State (JUROS)

Get published! Find out how to submit your work to JUROS, OSU's all-inclusive, student-run peer-reviewed undergraduate research journal. Learn more at juros.osu.edu.


The 2012 Student Poster Forum

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