NACOGDOCHES, Texas — Stephen F. Austin State University’s College of Sciences and Mathematics invites the community to attend the fall 2022 Undergraduate Research Showcase from 4 to 6 p.m. Nov. 10 at the Cole STEM Building in the Barry E. Nelson Atrium on campus.
The showcase will focus on the work of the college’s undergraduate researchers on topics ranging from things found on the Earth to the stars in the galaxy.
“This showcase is an inclusive event that will highlight completed student research and, for the first time, student work in progress,” said Mindy Faulkner, undergraduate research coordinator for the College of Sciences and Mathematics.
“Visitors will have the opportunity to view research conducted by every department in our college and at all scales, from the tiny microfossils that can be found in the rocks underneath our feet, to the sophisticated equipment used to track the stars and planets in our solar system,” she said.
Faculty and staff will be present for anyone who is interested in learning more about getting involved with undergraduate research.
“Participating in undergraduate research is a great way to develop professional skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, time management, collaboration and scientific communication,” Faulkner said. “We look forward to sharing the exceptional research conducted by our students, and inspiring the next cohort of students to get involved in undergraduate research.”
For more information, contact Faulkner at email@example.com.