The annual University Research Symposium is coming to the Bone Student Center from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 3. 

The symposium is a university-wide display compiled with student research, scholarship and creative endeavors sponsored by the Graduate School.  

The event advocates cross-disciplinary association and highlights communicating research and creative work to the general public.  

All students enrolled at Illinois State University and involved in scholarly activities under the direction of a faculty mentor can register. Faculty mentors are encouraged to speak with students about participating.  

Graduate and undergraduate students will present in two poster sessions or in oral presentations introduced by their programs to speak about their scholarly works.  

Faculty mentors are welcome to present oral presentations to their specific departments and schools on the same day as the symposium.  

If specific departments and schools plan to host oral presentations, they can contact the symposium staff for more information.  

The morning session will be from 9-11 a.m. and the afternoon sessions will be from 1-3 p.m.  

Each session is open to registration by both graduate and undergraduate students, starting Dec. 1 and ending Feb. 7.

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