The College of Science announces a research colloquium specifically for undergraduate research students. Participating students will present a poster at the 2019 Undergraduate Research Colloquium, which is open to the university community.
The purpose of this event is to showcase the variety of undergraduate research projects in the College to other students and to faculty in four categories Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Earth Sciences and STEM Learning & Education. If you are a student engaged in undergraduate research at any level in any academic unit within the College of Science you are encouraged to participate. This year’s event will feature a student poster sessions and awards.
This event is FREE of charge for all Mason students, staff, and faculty. Refreshments will be served and monetary awards are available.
Location: Center for the Arts Lobby
Date: Thursday April 25, 2019
1-2pm Poster Session A
2-3pm Poster Session B
3-3:30pm Networking reception and Student’s Choice Award
3:30-4pm Dean’s Address and Poster Awards
You be the Chemist Fairfax County Regional Competition
Chemical Education Foundation’s chemistry quiz bowl competition for elementary and middle school students. Students from area schools will in a quiz bowl and winners will explore a topic in chemistry to compete for national competition.