Interested in “Assessing the correlations between Automatic Sonde data and the total concentration of metals in the Animas River, Southwestern Colorado and Northwestern New Mexico” or want to know more about the “Development of the Exotic Propulsion Laboratory at Fort Lewis College”? What about “The Quantum Mechanics of Music” or “Alternative Splicing of a Honeybee Dscam Transmembrane Region in Response to Lotmaria Passim Exposure”?
These are just a small sample of the topics to be presented and discussed at the 2017 Fort Lewis College Undergraduate Research Symposium on Thursday, April 20. Oral presentations begin at 8:30 a.m. in the Student Union Vallecito Room and go until 1 p.m. At 1:30, the oral presentations continue in Roshong Recital Hall in Jones Hall, concluding at 6 p.m. The evening ends with poster displays of the projects in the Student Union Ballroom from 6-7:30 p.m. All are welcome anytime at this free event.
One of the cornerstones of a Fort Lewis College education is the opportunity for students to do real-world, graduate-level research. With FLC professors as mentors, these students choose topics from the arts and sciences that drive them. In their search for answers and understanding, FLC students often present their findings at professional conferences all over the world.
For more information on the FLC Undergraduate Research Symposium, visit www.fortlewis.edu/undergraduate-research. The oral presentations will be live streamed at:
Morning Session: https://youtu.be/hUs-QYbWTgI,
Afternoon Session: https://youtu.be/kFwOh2oHiAs.