On Wednesday, April 3, 85 undergraduates from Missouri University of Science and Technology will present their research at the 9th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference. Almost all majors will be represented at the event, with the presentations split between oral and poster exhibitions.
The event is from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. in the Havener Center on the Missouri S&T campus. Presentations will be given in the Upper Atrium and numerous rooms on the second floor. The students have all been working on their research projects under the direction of faculty mentors.
A keynote luncheon will be held at noon in St. Pat’s Ballroom C. John R. Lovitt, who earned a master of science degree in computer science from Missouri S&T in 1970, will give the keynote address titled, “University Research and Its Application in Solving Real World Problems.” An awards ceremony will be held at 4 p.m. in St. Pat’s Ballroom B.
For a list of all the students participating and their research abstracts, see http://ugs.mst.edu/undergraduate/ugrc/.
This event is sponsored by the office of undergraduate studies. Melissa Hutton is the program coordinator. To attend the luncheon, RSVP to email@example.com by Monday, April 1. More information can be found online on the department website or by calling Hutton at 341-7585.