Research conference planned for March

From: Undergraduate Research Office

Are you a student looking for a great resume booster, a chance to build presentation skills, and meet other students from across the country?

Have you been involved in STEM research in the past?

Look no further! The Mid-Atlantic Undergraduate Research Conference is Virginia Tech's first interdisciplinary conference would serve as an opportunity for undergraduates and professionals to share their passion for research. We believe in encouraging the collaboration of knowledge in order to facilitate advancement within areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. 

The Mid-Atlantic Undergraduate Research Conference will be a two-day event, March 23-24, at Virginia Tech. This conference will also include three notable keynote speakers. Kate Biberdorf has been featured on CNN, NBC, Discovery Channel, and more for her work in chemistry. Daniel Andruczyk is leading the HIDRA device at the University of Illinois, and has traveled worldwide for his work in physics. Lastly, John Iiames will be discussing his crucial environmental work with NASA and the environmental protection agency.

In addition to speakers, this conference will include panel sessions, student oral and poster presentations, and catered meals. This is an opportunity to meet other scholars, and share your research. For more information or to apply, go online to www.maurc.org.