Presenter Information

Farquhar Honors College

Location

Nova Southeastern University Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center

Event Website

https://nsunews.nova.edu/students-recognized-outstanding-scholarship-creative-works/

Start Date

13-4-2012 9:00 AM

Description

The Undergraduate Student Symposium, sponsored by the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences, presents student projects through presentations, papers, and poster displays. The event serves as a “showcase” demonstrating the outstanding scholarship of undergraduate students at NSU. The Symposium is open to undergraduate students from all disciplines. Projects cover areas of student scholarship ranging from the experimental and the applied to the computational, theoretical, artistic, and literary. They are taken from class assignments as well as from independent projects. The projects do not have to be complete; presentations can represent any stage in the concept’s evolution, from proposal and literature review to fully completed and realized scholarly work. As in past symposia, the definition of scholarship will be sufficiently broad to include work presented in the biological and physical sciences, the social and behavioral sciences, computer science, mathematics, arts and humanities, education, and business. This is the eleventh annual Undergraduate Student Symposium.

 
Apr 13th, 9:00 AM

11th Annual Undergraduate Student Symposium

Nova Southeastern University Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center

The Undergraduate Student Symposium, sponsored by the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences, presents student projects through presentations, papers, and poster displays. The event serves as a “showcase” demonstrating the outstanding scholarship of undergraduate students at NSU. The Symposium is open to undergraduate students from all disciplines. Projects cover areas of student scholarship ranging from the experimental and the applied to the computational, theoretical, artistic, and literary. They are taken from class assignments as well as from independent projects. The projects do not have to be complete; presentations can represent any stage in the concept’s evolution, from proposal and literature review to fully completed and realized scholarly work. As in past symposia, the definition of scholarship will be sufficiently broad to include work presented in the biological and physical sciences, the social and behavioral sciences, computer science, mathematics, arts and humanities, education, and business. This is the eleventh annual Undergraduate Student Symposium.

http://nsuworks.nova.edu/student_symposium/2012/program/1