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About the Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposium

David Bolin, BRITE Institute and Ms. Natacha Janvier-Derilus, BRITE Academic Advisor
David Bolin, Undergraduate Student and Ms. Natacha Janvier-Derilus, Academic Advisor, BRITE Institute

The Graduate and Undergraduate Research Symposium is aimed at both graduate and undergraduate students at North Carolina Central University who engage in research. It will provide a venue for them to communicate their research findings to a professional audience.

Students participating in the Symposium will gain experience in the following areas:

  • In the preparation and submission of abstracts to a conference.
  • With the process of professional review of scholarly works on their oral and poster presentations; faculty judging will take place in the symposium.
  • In attending a professional conference and hear from notable professional figures through the plenary speakers and professional development sessions.
 
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