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Undergraduate Research Forum for Engineering and Architecture
The College of Engineering, Knowlton School of Architecture, and Tau Beta Pi will be partnering to hold the annual Undergraduate Research Forum for Engineering and Architecture students on Thursday, March 23. This forum is intended for every student in any engineering or architecture discipline that participates in research. Whether you are just beginning a project or are nearing completion of a senior thesis, we invite you to participate.
This forum will be judged by faculty members, graduate students, and industry partners; you will be provided with feedback about your poster and brief presentation. This will help not only those who will be participating in the Denman with their preparation but also those who just wish to practice their research presentation skills.
If you would like to participate,please submit an abstract. The abstracts must be 150-300 words and have a title no longer than 20 words and should provide a brief summary of your project or the project you plan to complete. This abstract can be the same that will be submitted to the Denman, but it must be submitted again to this forum. For more information about how to write an abstract please visit the Denman website. Their organization provides a helpful instructions for generating a successful abstract.
We will be awarding prizes to the individuals that stand out to our judges, and, as always, there will be other prizes raffled off to our participants. All prizes will be given out at the Awards Ceremony, to be held at 6:15 pm in the lobby of the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Chemistry (CBEC) building.
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