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NC State University Annual Spring Research and Creativity Symposium
Wednesday, April 24, 2019 | 12p-4:30p
Talley Student Center Ballroom
Please join us at the 28th Annual NC State University Undergraduate Research & Creativity SpringSymposium where undergraduate students from NC State will share their innovative research and creative works with the campus and community.
Registration Open from March 12, 2019 through April 9, 2019
There will be two sessions of poster only presentations and two concurrent creative works exhibit sessions, both will be judged* by College and Discipline representatives if students choose to have their project judged. The top presentations, as selected by the judges, from the symposium receive a certificate and are invited to a reception by the local chapter of Sigma Xi.
The NC State University Spring Undergraduate Research & Creativity Symposium is open to all undergraduate students that have worked with NC State mentors or who are NC State undergraduate students who have worked with NC State faculty or faculty at other colleges and universities. Participants in formal undergraduate research programs at NC State University are welcome to participate as well. Non-presenters do not need to register.
SHARE YOUR CREATIVE WORKS AT THE SYMPOSIUM!
From music compositions, to textiles, to architecture design, to photography and much more!
The spring undergraduate research symposium will provide those with creative or visual projects to display those works during the event. Students within the arts, textiles and design programs, for which a poster presentation format does not accurately convey the project, will be accepted to choose to exhibit their work. At this time we are unable to accommodate performances or performance art. See the NC State Symposium Page for more details.
*Students may choose to not have their project judged.
Please see the FAQ Page for answers to most common questions, event information and restrictions.
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