16th Annual Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium

Start Time: 
Thursday, June 6, 2013 - 2:00pm
End Time: 
Thursday, June 6, 2013 - 4:00pm
Location: 
Jack Baskin Engineering Courtyard
THE DIVISION OF PHYSICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES and THE JACK BASKIN SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING ANNOUNCE THE 16th ANNUAL UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH POSTER SYMPOSIUM

DESCRIPTION

The Division of Physical and Biological Sciences and the Jack Baskin School of Engineering are pleased to announce the Sixteenth Annual Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium.  The symposium will be held on Thursday, June 6, 2013 in the courtyard of Jack Baskin Engineering from 2:00-4:00 PM. It will be held in conjunction with the events celebrating Student Achievement Week 2013. 

This event will recognize and promote the outstanding undergraduate research that is being carried out at UCSC while providing students with the experience of presenting their research results in a professional setting. 

DEADLINE and ELIGIBILITY

UCSC undergraduate students from all disciplines in the Physical and Biological Sciences and Engineering are invited to participate in this event.  Undergraduate students who are currently engaged in research under the direction of a faculty advisor are eligible. Examples of such research at the undergraduate level would be: research projects for Independent Study, Senior Thesis, or classroom research projects done on an individual basis. The research does not have to be completed.  All students must register to participate by Monday, May 6th, 2013.

 NEW ON-LINE REGISTRATION and APPROVAL

 We’ve gone Green!  This year we are introducing an on-line registration and approval process.  When the students submit their application, an e-mail will be generated to their faculty mentor that will link back to the website for review and approval of the project.  The approval is done electronically.

 

Students and faculty may log-on with their Cruz ID Blue.  The web site is located here:  http://urps.soe.ucsc.edu/

 

PRESENTATION GUIDELINES

Poster format should be less than 250 words and include the following:

 

                                    *   Abstract

                                    *   Introduction (hypothesis, reasoning, etc.)

                                    *   Objectives (significance of research to the field)

                                    *   Method

                                    *   Results (if research has been completed)

                                    *   Conclusion

 

If you have any questions please contact Symposium Coordinators:

Physical and Biological Sciences – Vanessa Schlegel - 459-5672 or vschlege@ucsc.edu

J. Baskin School of Engineering – Lydia Zendejas - 459-2868 or lydia@soe.ucsc.edu