Deadline to apply is February 8.

Student Scholar Symposium Deadline Near

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Submissions are open for the Student Scholar Symposium, UCF’s largest research event of the year! The deadline to apply to present your research and creative scholarship is Monday, February 8, 2021.

Selected presenters will have the opportunity to share their research and creative scholarship with the UCF community and compete for the chance to win scholarship awards. Presentations will take place virtually from March 30 – April 1 and the Awards Ceremony is on April 2. Students can submit their applications today by visiting https://researchweek.ucf.edu/aboutsss/.

The Symposium combines the Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence and the Graduate Research Forum into one virtual event. Graduate and undergraduate students from all disciplines are encouraged to apply. Projects in progress are welcome. This premier event is part of the annual UCF Student Research Week that will take place from March 29 – April 2. The UCF community is invited to celebrate student research by attending the numerous events held during the week.

To learn more about Student Research Week events, visit https://researchweek.ucf.edu.

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