Eastern Michigan University will hold the 37th Undergraduate Symposium at the Student Center, March 31.
Hosted by the College of Arts and Sciences, the event will showcase creative student research and projects while celebrating the prodigious academic fortunes of the EMU student body.
Participation for the symposium is welcome to all undergraduate students from all colleges at the university, provided that students have been nominated by a faculty mentor and recommended by their respective department or school.
The program breaks down into segments that will highlight oral presentations and poster presentations, followed by a design expo and celebratory luncheon exclusively for student presenters and faculty.
The keynote speaker will be “USA Today” business reporter and Eastern Michigan University alumnus and former Eastern Echo staffer Nathan Bomey. Bomey was the lead reporter on the city of Detroit’s bankruptcy as well as covered General Motors for the Detroit Free Press.
The exhibit kicks off Friday morning at 9 a.m. with projects open to the public until 4 p.m.
Learn more about the symposium program via the university’s social media outlets – Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@EMUSymposium).