Students To Show Off Research At Undergraduate Exhibition
Penn State is a world opportunity for students, and undergrads will get the chance to showcase what those opportunities have afforded them with the university’s Undergraduate Exhibition this week.
The event will take place 4-7 p.m. Wednesday in the HUB, with activities in Alumni Hall, Heritage Hall, and the Flex Theater. The program includes oral presentations, performances, and traditional posters from students representing a number of Penn State campuses.
Faculty judges will determine winners in different categories such as course-based projects, oral presentations, and performances. Winners will also be selected within each academic discipline.
The best overall research project will be awarded the Gerard A. Hauser Award and a $500 prize. Several other awards will be given throughout the event.
The day will also have a new kickoff event — the Engagement Experience Poster Exhibition. This will run 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in Alumni Hall. At this event, students will present their experiences from internships, study abroad trips, and other engaged learning experiences.
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