Over 3,500 people, including faculty, staff, students, and community members, attend the Undergraduate Symposium to engage in thoughtful discussions with students about their work. Your attendance at this event shows support for the hard work our students have put into their research and creative works for months, sometimes years. It also provides an invaluable learning experience for those who are presenting for the first time by giving them the opportunity to practice their communication skills and learn from the questions asked about their work.
Volunteer to be a Reviewer!
Not only is your attendance beneficial to our presenters, but it can also be a rewarding experience for you. This year it is our goal to provide feedback to every student who presents at the Undergraduate Symposium. With hundreds of unique presentations, this cannot be accomplished without the help of people like you.
Presentations can be viewed virtually the week of April 22 and at the in-person event on April 26.
Please consider providing feedback by signing up to be a reviewer to students at one of the sessions. No experience or expertise required! We will provide you with all of the information needed to provide constructive feedback to our student presenters.