2013 UMKC SEARCH Symposium

By , April 16, 2013 8:14 am

Why SEARCH?  SEARCH–short for “students engaged in artistic and academic research”–helps undergraduate students conduct a research project with a faculty mentor, giving them valuable experience in their future careers and education.

The annual SEARCH Symposium, where students showcase their projects, is on Friday, April 19th in Pierson Auditorium (in the Student Success Center) from 10am to 3pm, with the awards ceremony taking place at 4pm.

Stop by to visit the 53 presentations in the following categories:

  • Architecture, Urban Planning, and Design
  • Behavioral and Social Sciences
  • Biological and Health Sciences
  • Humanities and Performing Arts
  • Physical Sciences, Engineering, and Mathematics

The winners of each category receive a cash prize and all presenters earn valuable experience to get ahead in their future careers.  If you are interested in participating in SEARCH, check out their website.



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