Tufts Research Symposium
The Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Symposium celebrates the many contributions made by Tufts undergraduates to scholarship and research advances. It includes presentations by undergraduates from all disciplines: natural sciences, social sciences, engineering, humanities, and the arts.
This year's symposium will be held in person in Aidekman Arts Center on May 3, 2022. You can find the 2020 symposium schedule, as well as a list of participants and their abstracts, here.
The symposium provides a great forum to meet other undergraduate researchers and exchange interdisciplinary ideas. Additionally, it is an opportunity to present research before Tufts faculty members and student peers. Thesis writers take note--the symposium is a great way to fine-tune your presentation skills.
Participants have the option of presenting 10-minute oral presentations or creating a poster for an interdisciplinary poster session.
You are also invited (but not required) to submit a creative interpretation of your research for our inaugural competition, Artademic!. We welcome performances, visual art pieces, dance, music, or poetry submissions, for FABULOUS PRIZES! Please submit all Artademic! submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please email email@example.com if you have questions or are interested in helping to organize the event.
2022 Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Symposium Program
12 PM - 1:30 PM: Oral Presentations, Aidekman Arts Center
2 PM - 4 PM: Poster session, Remis Sculpture Garden
4 PM - 5:30 PM: Oral Presentations, Aidekman Arts Center
2021 Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Committee
Qing Gao, A2022
Ava Masse, A2023
Diamond Mensah, E2023
Diamond Mensah, E2023
Sevara Nasritdinova, E2022
Faculty Advisor: David Proctor, PhD, History
Staff Advisor: Anne Moore, PhD, Program Specialist in Scholar Development
Graduate Assistant: Carolina Goncalves, Child Study and Human Development
Presenters, remember to use Tufts resources to put your best foot forward:
- Writing consultants can help you polish your prose.
- Public speaking consultants will help you feel confident for your presentation.
- Tisch Library research consultants help you tame information overload and choose the best research resources.
- The Digital Design Studio has InDesign software a large-format printer where you can print your poster for a reduced rate.