Students put their research work on display at annual Undergraduate Research Symposium

WHAT: On Thursday, May 25, nearly 450 UO students and recent graduates will present their projects at the Undergraduate Research Symposium. The annual event showcases students’ hard work and research across all academic fields – 67 majors across all the UO’s schools and colleges will be represented. Among the attendees will be more than 120 Oregon high school students, through the UO’s Student Academy to Inspire Learning program, as well as students from Lane Community College, Umpqua Community College and Central Oregon Community College. Presentations on a wide variety of topics will take place throughout the day, and we can also point you to several Lane County-specific projects, as requested.
WHEN: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Thursday, May 25  
WHERE: Erb Memorial Union (EMU), 1395 University St. Text Molly (541) 515-5155 when you arrive for specific room.
PARKING: Metered parking available on University Street
RSVP: RSVP to Molly Blancett

  • Symposium participants
  • Kevin Hatfield, Assistant Vice Provost for Undergraduate Research and Distinguished Scholarships


Media Contact:
Molly Blancett
University Communications
(541) 515-5155