Undergraduate Symposium

CAS faculty are urged to encourage their students engaged in research or creative activities to submit abstracts for the 2022 Undergraduate Symposium by January 21, 2022.

Please make your students aware that ALL Undergraduate Symposium presenters are available to apply for Symposium scholarships.
 

For questions, you may contact your department/program representative to the Symposium Organizing Committee (below), Amy Bearinger (the Event Coordinator), or Harriet Lindsay (the Organizing Committee Chair).

  • CAS Members of the Symposium Organizing Committee

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    Victor Okafor, Africology and African American Studies
    Pamela Stewart, Art & Design
    Aaron Liepman, Biology
    Brittany Albaugh, Chemistry
    Sadaf Ali, Communication, Media & Theatre Arts
    Suchindran Maniccam, Computer Science
    Jim Saunoris, Economics
    Annette Wannamaker, English Language and Literature
    Chris Gellasch, Geography and Geology (Fall)
    Eric Portenga, Geography and Geology (Winter)
    Mary-Elizabeth Murphy, History and Philosophy
    Katy Greenwald, Interdisciplinary Environmental Science & Society
    Marty Schictman, Jewish Studies
    Khairul Islam, Mathematics & Statistics
    John Dorsey, Music & Dance
    Eric Paradis, Physics and Astronomy
    Rich Stahler-Sholk, Political Science (Fall)
    Dave Klein, Political Science (Winter)
    Claudia Drossel, Psychology
    Xianghong Feng, Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology
    Mary-Elizabeth Murphy, Women’s and Gender Studies
    Wendy Wang, World Languages

The Dennis M. Beagen Undergraduate Symposium Keynote Speaker delivers an inspirational message during the annual Symposium luncheon to student participants, family members, friends, and colleagues. A nomination form for the 2023 Beagen Symposium Speaker will be posted here in 2022.

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