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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
Event Date: Fri Oct 31st 2014 - Sat Nov 1st 2014
Registration Deadline: Mon Sep 29th 2014 Registration Closed

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. Louis.

The purpose of the Symposium is to provide undergraduates from the physical sciences, math, and computer science 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. To see a list of member institutions, click on “Members” to the left. Costs for participants including transportation, lodging, and meals will be covered by the Consortium.

It is important that EVERYONE presenting register. Listing the people you are presenting with DOES NOT automatically register them. Faculty members also need to register, using the same form; just leave blank any irrelevant fields.

The conference begins around 5:30 pm on Friday with registration and dinner, and wraps up at 5 pm on Saturday (with a boxed dinner to take with you). Oral presentations are scheduled at 15-minute intervals, allowing 12 minutes for the presentation and 3 minutes for questions. Poster presentations allow participants to display their experimental results on a tack board panel. Lodging will be at the Sheraton Clayton Plaza Hotel. 

Registration will be open until September 29th. After you register, you should receive e-mail confirmation; if you do not receive such confirmation please e-mail Brenda Kroenke at to check whether your registration was received.

Abstract/registration guidelines:

Title: 15 words, no special characters except Greek letters and punctuation. First word and proper noun capitalization only.

Abstract: 200 words. No figures, tables, or references. Avoid special characters other than Greek letters if possible - please put a note in your registration if a special character is required.

Author/presenter/advisor names: Full first (given) name followed by last (family) name. Middle names/initials optional. No titles (Dr., Prof.), no degrees (Ph.D., M.D.). Other suffixes OK (III, Jr.)

The 2014 Janet Andersen Award Keynote Lecture

Dr. Kevin Crosby

Departments of Physics & Astronomy and Computer Science

Carthage College, Kenosha, WI



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