ACES – 2018 Research Symposium
College of Science ACES – 2018 Research Symposium
Friday, April 13, 2018
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Chemistry & Physics Building (CPB)
Atrium and Planetarium
The ACES symposium has a long-standing history at UTA as a place for students to showcase their research accomplishments. Historically, this has been a University-wide event, but this year, each of the colleges is organizing their own events. Join us for the inaugural College of Science ACES! All College of Science undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to participate. The event is open to the public.
Online abstract submissions are due by Friday, March 9. Space for submissions may be limited, so don’t wait until the last minute!
Guests who wish to attend are asked to RSVP at the link below (participants must submit abstracts but do not need to RSVP).
Judges are needed! To volunteer to serve as a judge, please send an email to Alejandro Bugarin, assistant professor of chemistry & biochemistry, at email@example.com.
COS ACES will be primarily based on poster presentations, but each department will select one graduate feature oral presentation. Prizes will be awarded for best presentations. Final winners will be chosen by an audience ballot, so students in each department are encouraged to come and support their peers!
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