Highlighting undergraduate student research and creative activity undertaken in the spring or summer months, Discovery Day is a time to view what students are researching both on and off campus and learn about research opportunities available for the new academic year.
This year’s event will be Thursday, August 25 from 11-4 pm in Hodges Library, 2nd floor common area.
We invite all students conducting research, interested in getting started, or those who are just curious to stop by the event!
Interested in showing your research and creative activity?
Register: Registration for 2016 is open.
Details for participants:
9 am – 11 am: Students can hang their research posters
11 am – 1 pm: Posters on display
1 pm – 4 pm: Students stand by their posters as their class schedule allows
1 pm – 4 pm: Giveaways to the first 500 students who visit the posters
4 pm – 5 pm: Remove posters from Library. (Remaining posters can be picked up in our office and will only be kept through September 1.)
Poster dimensions are requested to be no larger than 36” x 42” regardless of horizontal or vertical orientation (so either 36” tall x 42” wide or 36” wide x 42” tall). Non-poster displays can be accommodated, but must be registered with our office for planning purposes.