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Interdisciplinary Research and Discovery Symposium

 

Dates: Monday, October 1 and Tuesday, October 2
Time: 6pm - 8:30pm
Location: HW305


Are you interested in research opportunities at UTSC? Would you like to know more about fourth year undergraduate research project experience? Do you want to know more about what to expect as a graduate student researcher or why you should even think about participating in research? Would you like to learn about some of the exciting research being undertaken by graduate student researchers at UTSC?

If so, all UTSC undergraduate students are invited to attend the Interdisciplinary Research and Discovery Symposium!!!

The Graduate Student Association at Scarborough (GSAS) and the Scarborough Campus Students Union (SCSU) have collaborated to organize this two evening symposium to inform undergraduate students about research opportunities available at UTSC. This year’s symposium will feature presentations by UTSC graduate students about some of the fascinating research taking place in Biological Sciences, Psychology, Physical and Environmental Sciences, and Anthropology. In addition, the keynote speakers will address the incredible journey of a researcher. The keynote speakers are Emnet Gammada - a former UTSC undergraduate researcher, Sherri Thiele – a current UTSC PhD candidate, and Professor Malcolm Campbell, UTSC’s Vice-Principal, Research.

Undergraduate students who may be interested in doing a 4th-year research project, graduate or professional school will be able to learn about the types of research and opportunities available at UTSC.

Refreshments and food will be provided.

The full Symposium program and abstracts are available on the related Intranet announcement.

This Symposium is sponsored by the Office of the Vice-Principal, Research at UTSC.




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