WiSE Fellows Present their Work at the 2008 Undergraduate Symposium for Scholarly and Creative Work
The Undergraduate Symposium for Scholarly and Creative Work provides undergraduates with the unique opportunity to exhibit and share examples of their significant research and creativity with the university community. The 10th Annual USC Undergraduate Symposium was held on Wednesday April 9th, and featured student exhibits in the categories of arts, humanities, social sciences, life sciences, physical sciences, and math and engineering.
Among the presentations were several recipients of WiSE Undergraduate Research Fellowships including Aminat Adebiyi (Biomedical Engineering), Elizabeth Andrews (Kinesiology), Marie Cuevas (Chemistry), Elea Grotter (Biomedical Engineering), Natasha Naik (Biomedical Engineering), and Shen Soh (Chemical Engineering). Students present work in a variety of ways -- poster/panel sessions, art exhibits and electronic media. Panels of distinguished faculty judge submissions and award $1,000 first prizes and $500 second prizes in each of six categories. More than $10,000 in total prizes is given out.
An awards ceremony recognizing the most outstanding projects takes place at the end of each symposium. The ceremony's keynote address is given by USC Provost C.L. Max Nikias.
The WiSE Program congratulates the 2007-08 WiSE Undergraduate Fellows in the USC College and the Viterbi School of Engineering on their excellent presentations!
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