Research Conference is next week
Denise Hart, Media Relations
Undergraduate student research projects blossom on UNH’s Durham
and Manchester campuses for the fifth annual Undergraduate Research
Conference beginning April 26.
Hundreds of students will showcase their research in oral presentations,
poster sessions, art exhibitions and concerts from April 26 –
May 1 at both locations. The week-long conference features student
work from all of UNH’s schools and colleges and is open to
the public. In addition, awards and scholarships will be presented
throughout the week in various disciplines.
Most of UNH’s 10,867 undergraduate students participate in
faculty-guided, hands-on research as part of their collegiate experience.
“UNH is small enough to offer personalized education in the
liberal arts tradition, but also large enough, with several concentrated
areas of research expertise, to offer very real research experiences,”
says John Aber, vice president for research and public service.
“This conference presents the fruit of that ‘right-sized’
nature of the university. It is also a tribute to the quality and
diligence of our students, and the dedication of our faculty and
For a complete listing of URC 2004 events, visit www.unh.edu/urc.