Undergraduate Research Symposium
Every spring, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences hosts an Undergraduate Research Symposium. The symposium is a forum for undergraduate students to showcase their scholarship and creative activity.
Students present posters or give oral presentations. Faculty panels select award winners in a number of categories.
All undergraduates with a major in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences are eligible to participate. They are invited to submit proposals, which can be class projects or independent work being done under the supervision of a faculty mentor. The best proposals are selected for inclusion in the symposium via a competitive process.