Annually, the Student Research Conference features certain research methodology, student groups, and research related organizations/resources; below you will find this year's special topics. Check out Guidebook for a complete schedule of events.
Historical Perspectives on the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition (Oral/Paper Presentations)
Moderated by Dr. Nicole Phelps
Held at 10:30 in the Mildred Livak Ballroom (419)
The World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893 drew millions of visitors from all over the world to view grand buildings and thousands of exhibits on all aspects of “civilization.” In this session, students will share their research on various aspects of the fair, demonstrating the profound impact of the fair on global culture, trade, and race relations.
Integrative Computational Investigation of Health and Disease (Oral/Paper Presentations)
Moderated by Dr. Gary An
Held at 9:00-9:55 in the Jost Foundation Room (422)
Held at 12:00-12:55 in the Chittenden Bank Room (413)
Held at 2:00-2:55 in the Chittenden Bank Room (413)
Topics in Social Science
Moderater by Kathy Fox
Held at 2:00-4:00 in the Sugar Maple Ballroom, Posters on display until 4:30 in the Silver Maple Ballroom with reception following at 4:30.