Third-Years to Present Research in Junior Practicum Symposium

November 30, 2020

Communications Staff

A colorized illustration of people fighting COVID-19 with military equipment.
Cover art for student-authored research with Associate Professor of Psychology Paul Thibodeau. Juniors Isaac Richman, Maricel Mequi, Eliza Young, Kathryn Greene, Aylin Goegsen, and Fiona Wolfe will present on Friday, December 4.
Photo credit: Courtesy of Office of Undergraduate Research

The Junior Practicum Research Symposium is a two-day virtual conference showcasing the research of third-years participating in the Junior Practicum Research Track, Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship, and Oberlin College Research Fellowship.

The symposium will be held Thursday, December 3, and Friday, December 4.

Students will give talks about the research they conducted during the fall under the mentorship of Oberlin faculty. Presentations will be held over Zoom, and recordings of each research presentation will be available online by December 11. 

Browse the full schedule and gallery of research projects on the Office of Undergraduate Research website.

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