UPDATED: See a video on Wednesday’s first Undergraduate Research Fair here:
Research experience is one of the most important parts in the undergraduate student’s academic life. In order to help students find their research interest and guide them through the entire process, the Office of Undergraduate Research held a research fair at the Hawkins-Carlson room in Rush Rhees Library on Wednesday afternoon. The place was packed, as a few hundred undergrads swarmed the room looking for help from department heads ranging from English to Chemistry.
Freshmen were talking to seniors and peer advisers in hopes of getting prepared for future academic studies. Sophomores were starting to seek opportunities for research studies, while juniors and seniors were hunting for specific research projects that they can handle during the semester year.
Let’s check those awesome opportunities out at the Undergraduate Research Fair!