Undergraduate Project Presentations
The complete schedule for the day can be found at 2015 Undergraduate Project Presentations
Undergraduate Project Presentations (UPP) is a one day event showcasing cadet work.
UPP showcases cadets' research in all disciplines. Cadets may present fully developed research resulting from a class, an independent study, capstone class, Summer Undergraduate Research Institute (SURI), etc. The results of this research are presented in the form of both posters (informal demonstrations) or papers (more formal short lectures) as part of a special day of events.
New this year is an opportunity to highlight alternative work, such as internships, experiential learning and service projects. In addition, you may propose a panel about a topic of your choice or propose workshops of interest to you.
Prizes are awarded for both research presentations and alternative work. For more information see UPP Information .
All are welcome to attend.
Questions should be addressed to Mrs. Patricia Hardin, V-CUR Program Coordinator, email@example.com or (540) 464-7066.
Undergraduate Project Presentations is supported in part by the Jackson-Hope Fund.