Each year toward the end of Winter semester, UFV students are invited to participate in Student Research Day by designing and submitting a research poster and/or by presenting a snapshot of their research project in under two minutes at the Student Micro-Lectures. . The purpose? To share the current state of their faculty-supervised research with a diverse audience of UFV academics, students, family and friends, industry and community leaders, and other members of the Fraser Valley community.
UFV professors, many of whom are leading researchers in their fields, volunteer as judges to score students’ posters on four (4) criteria: Quality of Scholarship, Organization, Visual Appeal, and Importance/Relevance of Research.
11:00 – 12:00 Student Micro-Lectures
An engaging snapshot of student research projects, results, and implications in two minutes or less.
12:00 – 12:30 Break
12:30 – 2:30 Student Research Poster Presentations
A visual representation of faculty-approved student research projects. Posters are scored on:
i) Quality of scholarship ii) Organization iii) Visual Appeal and iv) Importance/Relevance of Research.
2:30 – 3:00 Break
3:00 – 3:30 Awards Ceremony
The top-scoring students in 10+ categories each receive a prestigious award and prize money ($200). All students walk away with an impressive piece of work that they can add to their resume, submit to other competitions, or present at research conferences.
For more information and student or judge registration, visit the REGS website.
Registration for submissions closes March 18.
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