Interdisciplinary Science & Engineering Symposium (ISE)
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Kingsbury and Morse Halls
Congratulations to our 2013 winners! View full results here.
180 Presentations by 420 Students = 1 Amazing Day! The Interdiscliplinary Science & Engineering (ISE) Symposium celebrates the scholarly achievements and research of hundreds of undergraduates. Each year, students present their research through posters, demonstrations, and oral presentations. Students also answer questions from a synergistic mix of fellow students, family members, faculty, administration, industry and alumni. Presentations represent a multitude of disciplines, many interdisciplinary, including earth, environmental, biological, computer and physical sciences, civil, mechanical, electrical and computer engineering, mathematics and statistics, physics, and chemistry. The ISE Symposium features student research with science, engineering and math perspectives, giving students an opportunity to interact with peers and gain professional experience presenting research. The program includes a poster session, remarks from University leaders, and an awards ceremony. The ISE Planning Committee identifies judges and creates a judging schedule. Each project is judged by up to three judges who may be an academic from within the discipline, an academic from another discipline, or from industry. Participants are scheduled for ten minutes with their judges to stand in front of their poster and make a brief oral presentation providing an overview of their research project and answering questions.
Research Poster Tutorial Available for Download
The Office for Research Partnership and Commercialization has announced the research poster tutorial, Creating a Large Format Poster to Present Your Research, is available for download and use on Blackboard. To read more about it and obtain instructions for download, visit the Campus Journal article.
Thank you to our sponsors
College of Engineering and Physical Sciences, Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space, NH EPSCoR, UNH InterOperability Laboratory, New Hampshire Space Grant Consortium, College of Life Sciences and Agriculture, CEPS Advisory Board, CEPS Alumni Society, Department of Chemical Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering
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