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Student research posters wanted for Albany exhibit
Friday, December 09, 2011


“I am hoping that we have some current seniors who made poster presentations last year and have kept their posters, or perhaps we have some students who made poster presentations this fall.”

Interested students are encouraged to bring their posters to the Psychology Department office, W357 Thompson, by the end of Monday, Dec. 12.

As the fall semester quickly draws to a close, a unique opportunity has developed for SUNY Fredonia students to participate in a showcase of undergraduate research at the Legislative Office Building in Albany.

Interested students are encouraged to bring their posters to the Psychology Department office, W357 Thompson, by the end of Monday, Dec. 12. The Student Research and Creativity Committee will meet next week to select primary and secondary posters.

SUNY Fredonia has been invited by the Undergraduate Committee of the State University of New York University Faculty Senate to be a part of a poster session, “Discovery: An Undergraduate Showcase,” on Feb. 29, 2012.

This celebration is designed to bring together some of SUNY’s most talented undergraduate scholars with SUNY Administration officials and members of the New York State Legislative delegation and their office staff.

The mid-day poster session will give SUNY undergraduates the opportunity to present their research and creative academic projects to a large audience at Albany’s Legislative Office Building. The goal is to create a truly memorable experience for student presenters and their audience.

Due to time constraints, Jack Croxton, director of the Office of Student Creative Activity and Research, would like to select two primary posters, along with two prioritized alternate posters, before the end of the current semester. “I am hoping that we have some current seniors who made poster presentations last year and have kept their posters, or perhaps we have some students who made poster presentations this fall.”

This is a great opportunity to share the good works of students with a wider audience, Croxton said.

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