The Program in Biology will once again sponsor a poster session in which undergraduate students can showcase the results of their theses and independent research projects.
To participate in the poster session, a student must have a completed (or almost completed) an independent research project approved by his or her advisor. Poster sessions are commonly held at scientific conferences; participating in April will allow students to gain valuable professional experience. Students who wish to participate in the poster session are expected to design and (professionally) print out a poster that they will present to other students, faculty and guests at the session.
This is a wonderful opportunity for students pursuing an honors degree to present their research in a public forum, but it is also open to anyone with an approved independent research project.
The event was well-attended last year and a lot of fun (free food, a chance to socialize with faculty and fellow majors).