03/28/11 Portland, Ore.
The annual Student Research Forum is an educational gem—a two-day celebration of student research, collaboration and dialogue filled with oral presentations, poster sessions and a nationally-known keynote speaker.
We invite faculty to become part of the celebration by assisting as a judge during the May 12-13 event. The judging categories are wide and varied, from basic science to public health and dentistry, and judges are invited to choose their category when they register. The students greatly appreciate the feedback from judges and frequently the discussions extend beyond the judging arena.
Click here for more information and choose “I want to judge” from the menu at the top, or contact judging coordinator Molly Harding to learn more.
Pictured: Keynote speaker Dr. Louis J. Guillette Jr. discusses his research into the impact of environmental toxins on Florida’s alligator population at the 2010 Student Research Forum