There’s one special day each year when dozens of innovative research projects, conducted by some of NSU’s best and brightest students, are on display to inform, inspire, engage, and entertain the community.
That day has arrived.
The NSU Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences presents the 2014 Undergraduate Student Symposium, a showcase of scholarship and creative works from across the disciplines—featuring poster displays, oral presentations, and screenings of short films. Featured projects cover areas of study ranging from the experimental, applied, and computational to the theoretical, artistic, and literary.
Undergraduate Student Symposium
Friday, Apr. 4
Alvin Sherman Library
Opening and closing ceremonies take place in the Performance Theatre
As part of the college’s annual Undergraduate Film Festival, a selection of student-made short films will also be screened during the symposium. Each film corresponds with the 2013–2014 academic theme of “Good and Evil.” Read more about last year’s film festival winner in this College Spotlight on Victor Mascitelli.
Judging will take place during all symposium presentations, and prizes will be awarded at the end of the day for outstanding projects in several categories. Admission to the Undergraduate Student Symposium is free, and all are encouraged to stop by the Alvin Sherman Library throughout the day.