Each semester, the STEM Conference provides a venue for student researchers to showcase their interests and research projects on topics such as hurricane impact on coral reefs, development of soil microbial communities of soil, art and science, and protein modeling. The event draws hundreds of presenters and is a platform for students to connect the technical skills of STEM research with the soft skills essential to today’s workplace. We invite you to join us this semester to (1) network, (2) gain self-confidence, and (3) become an active participant in the scientific process.
Spring 2024 STEM Conference (March 29, 1-4 PM, Natural Science Center 5th Floor)
The Office of STEM Initiatives invites undergraduates to give presentations showcasing research or research ideas at the STEM Conference. This event will be attended by faculty and students who come to learn about your work, provide feedback, and help you develop professionally. There is no cost to attend or present. Get a sense of what this conference means for students by checking out this video from a prior semester! We are excited to return to an in-person, poster conference format after 3 years of being online!
Registration Deadline: March 29, 11:59pm. Click here for registration link.
Need more information? Contact the Undergraduate STEM Research Society ([email protected]).