Undergraduate Research Symposium
The first Brandeis all-disciplines Spring Undergraduate Research and Creative Collaborations Symposium is scheduled for April 30, 2021. This online event (registration required; see below) will provide a forum for undergraduates to present and share their research and creative projects to the Brandeis Community. The URCC thanks the Davis Educational Foundation for grant funding to support this event.
How to Participate
- The main student presentation session is from 1-3 pm ET on April 30, 2021. To participate, attendees must first sign up with Symposium in order to preview the uploaded presentation content, attend live presentations, and make asynchronous and synchronous comments.
- Attendees (the Brandeis community and invited guests) will have the opportunity to preview presentations beginning on April 28 in the Symposium platform. Here is the direct event link, which will work beginning on April 28 for those who registered for the event: https://symposium.foragerone.com/brandeis-undergraduate-research-symposium/
- Attendees can also interact in real time with the undergraduate presenters during each student's live 30-minute presentation session on April 30. To participate, attendees must first sign up with Symposium and register for the Brandeis event once logged in to Symposium. On April 30, login to the event on Symposium in order to preview the uploaded presentation content, attend live presentations, and make asynchronous and synchronous comments.
- Participants can register with Symposium anytime, but please note that the Brandeis event on the Symposium Platform is not viewable until April 28.
- In the left hand navigation menu of this page, visit the URCC Symposium pages on the Student Presentation Schedule, Symposium Platform, Symposium Key Dates, and more to discover more about the event.
- If you have questions about accessing the Symposium Platform or live presentations, there will be an Event Virtual help desk on April 30 from ~12:45-3 pm ET.
- The URCC has made a program booklet for this event.
Students, faculty, and staff who are interested in this event are welcome to contact Margaret Lynch for more information.