The Big Event Has Arrived!

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Have you ever wondered if dust bunnies could be used in forensic crime scene investigations? Or contemplated the unique stress sports stadiums have to endure due to human excitement and movement throughout a playoff game? These are just some of the topics being presented about at this year’s Graduate Research Forum.

The College of Graduate Studies and the Graduate Student Association invite you to attend the Twelfth Annual Graduate Research Forum on Tuesday, March 31, 2015, from 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. in the Student Union, Pegasus Ballroom.

The Forum is a celebration of the high-quality research and creative work being produced by UCF’s graduate students. Projects range from exploring the use of marine products to target tuberculosis, to the role of emotional intelligence in interpreting humor in the workplace.

The afternoon will highlight the diversity of scholarship by presenting projects from numerous disciplines across campus. Awards will be given to the projects judged to be the best in each category and light refreshments will be served.

For more information on the Graduate Research Forum please visit our website or email researchweek@ucf.edu.

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