Undergraduate Scholars Forum Deadline: Feb 6

Applications are now being accepted for the 2015 Undergraduate Scholars Forum at Westminster.

The Undergraduate Scholars Forum provides a valuable presentation experience for students and showcases research projects that often reach graduate level in depth. The annual campus event highlights Westminster students’ academic achievements through research papers, presentations, multi-media, and creative performances.

Presentations can come from anything you’ve worked on that you want to share with your community of learners.

  • Research paper
  • In-class project
  • Poster presentation
  • Study abroad experience
  • Service learning experience
  • Creative work

All Westminster students are eligible to apply individually or in groups for the opportunity to present their work. Topics can be practically anything: graphs, psychology, and even zombies!

To apply, seek out a faculty advisor for your project and submit your application, description, and abstract by Friday, February 6, 2015.

Check out these clips about presentations from the 2014 Undergraduate Scholars Forum:

Connor Hollrah ’15 presents “What’s in a graph?”

Mary Nestor ’14 shares the impact of social relations on the elderly

Mandy Bright ’14 presents the zombie apocalypse

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