The 2021 Virtual Research and Scholarship Conference
March 22 – 26, 2021
Featuring the 23rd Annual Undergraduate Exposition and the 29th Annual Graduate Research Symposium
Welcome to the 2021 Virtual RASC
Watch the Faculty Roundtable Discussion Here
– March 24th I 6 PM –
Undergraduate Research Exposition
The Undergraduate Research Exposition provides students with the opportunity to work with faculty to present their research to an engaged audience on campus. This annual expo features student poster, oral, performance, and exhibit presentations.
In addition, enjoy exploring the student research projects featured from the 2020 Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP)
Graduate Research Symposium
The Graduate Research Symposium highlights graduates’ research poster presentations, oral presentations, the academic paper competition, and the 3-minute Thesis competition.
This annual symposium provides graduate students with the opportunity to present their research to an engaged audience.
2021 Featured Presentations
The 2021 Research and Scholarship Conference theme is Sustainability and Progress in the Midst of a Pandemic.
Learn more about this theme by watching the 2021 Faculty Roundtable Discussion and enjoying the undergraduate and graduate student projects centered around this theme.
Wednesday, March 24th
Undergraduate Exposition and the 2021 RASC Featured Presentations
All day. Debut of the Graduate and Undergraduate Student 2021 Featured Presentation Winners
6:00 PM – 7:30 p.m. Virtual Faculty Roundtable Discussion: Sustainability and Progress in the Midst of a Pandemic
Thursday, March 25th
The Graduate Research Symposium Oral Presentation Live Q & A Sessions
9:00AM – Biology/Chemistry/History
1:00PM – English/Psychology
1:00PM – Technology/ Elementary Education/MFA
1:00PM – Physical Therapy
2:00PM– Educational Leadership
Friday, March 26th
The Graduate Research Symposium
Graduate Research Symposium Virtual Awards Ceremony
Hosted by Associate Provost, Dr. Brandon Schwab | Dean, Graduate School and Research, Dr. Brian Kloeppel | Graduate School
11:30am – 12pm – Via Zoom