Agenda

Seventh Annual Undergraduate Symposium Agenda: May 18, 2017

9:00: check in (ballroom lobby)

10:00-11:30:Concurrent Oral Sessions 1 (Maple, Oak, Willow, Swindells, Cedar, Spruce, Gumwood, Redwood)

12-1:30: Concurrent Oral Sessions 2 (Maple, Oak, Willow, Swindells, Cedar, Spruce, Gumwood, Redwood)

1:45-3:15 Concurrent Oral Session 3 (Maple, Oak, Willow, Swindells, Cedar, Spruce, Gumwood, Redwood)

3:30-5:00: Creative Work/Performance Sessions  (Maple, Oak, Willow, Swindells, Cedar, Spruce, Redwood)

5:00 PM: Poster and Creative Work Session (Posters and Physical creative works in Ballroom and Gumwood Rooms)

5:00-7:00: Buffet (Ballroom Lobby)

5:05: Speakers (Ballroom)

7:00: Presentation of Award winners, group photo

7:15: Symposium Concludes

Please review the rooms available for our presenters. The Seventh Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium will be held in the Erb Memorial Union. Poster presenters will be in the EMU ballroom. Oral presentations and creative work presentations have a variety of rooms to choose from, ranging in size and materials provided for differing presentation types.  

230   Swindells Room                   

231   Cedar Room                          

232   Spruce Room                      

214   Redwood Auditorium 

219   Willow Room

244   EMU Ballroom

240   Oak Room

239   Maple Room

245   Gumwood Room
 

 

General Information

  • Registration: All Undergraduate Symposium presenters will register at the check-in table located in the Global Scholars Hall Ballroom. Registered presenters will receive an Undergraduate Symposium T-shirt, program book, certificate, name badge and ribbon, and venue map. Faculty mentors should also visit the check-in table to receive a program book and mentor name badge and ribbon.

  • Guests: Presenters are encouraged to invite faculty, family, and friends to attend their oral, poster, or creative work presentations, as well as the Undergraduate Symposium catered reception. No guest tickets or registration required.

  • Reception: A catered reception will be hosted from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Global Scholars Hall Great Room concurrent with the poster presentations. University of Oregon President Michael Schill and Vice Provost of Undergraduate Studies Lisa Freinkel have been invited to deliver remarks at 5:15 p.m. honoring the undergraduate presenters and their faculty mentors.

  • Group Portrait: Undergraduate Symposium presenters are encouraged to participate in a professional group portrait that will be taken at 7:30 p.m. on the Global Scholars Hall Great Room stage. Electronic copies of the photograph will be available for participants on the symposium website.

  • Filmed Interviews: Student may sign-up in advance or drop-in for a professionally filmed interview about their research or creative work. UO Libraries professional videographers will film and post-produce the videos for presenters.

  • UO Scholars' Bank: Student may elect to archive their research posters, slideshows, or papers on UO Scholars' Bank.