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2014 Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Physical Sciences, Math, and Computer Science

Event date: Fri Oct 31st 2014 - Sat Nov 1st 2014
at Washington University in St. Louis

Registration Deadline is September 29, 2014

The Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Physical Sciences, Math, and Computer Science will be held October 31-November 1 at Washington University in St. Read more   Register

 

2014 Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Biological Sciences and Psychology

Event date: Fri Nov 7th 2014 - Sat Nov 8th 2014
at the University of Chicago

 

Registration Deadline is September 29, 2014

The Undergraduate Research Symposium in the Biological Sciences and Psychology will be held November 7-8 at the University of Chicago.

The purpose of the Symposium is to provide undergraduates from the biological science and psychology fields with a venue to present their research projects and results to their peers and some faculty. This conference is open only to students and faculty from colleges and universities that are members of the Midstates Consortium for Math and Science. Read more   Register

 

Congratulations 2014 Janet Andersen Award Winners

Winners will give keynote lectures at 2014 Undergraduate Research Symposia

The 2014 Janet Andersen Award winners have been selected:

  • Dr. Phoebe Lostroh (Biology, Colorado College)
  • Dr. Kevin Crosby (Physics & Computer Science, Carthage College)

see http://mathsciconsortium.org/janet-andersen-award for details

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Scientific Instrumentation in the Undergraduate Curriculum

Faculty Development Workshop Summer 2015 - dates TBA Postponed from originally scheduled date in 2014

This summer, the Midstates Consortium for Math and Science will hold a faculty development workshop about scientific instrumentation in the undergraduate curriculum. At this time, we are seeking faculty who may be interested in working with us on the workshop content, either by suggesting possible topics or by volunteering to give talks or sessions on related work. 

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