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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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Corrin Smucker

Corrin is double majoring in Spanish and Public Relations here at Penn State and is minoring in International Business. She is always excited to share with readers all Penn State has to offer, and what makes it the greatest school on the East Coast (or even the nation).


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