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Dartmouth's Women in Science Project (WISP) will host the annual campus-wide Wetterhahn Science Poster Symposium, highlighting undergraduate scientific research. Named for the late Karen E.Wetterhahn, co-founder of WISP, the Women in Science Project initiated this symposium in 1992 as an opportunity for students working as first-year interns within WISP to present their work and share the excitement of doing science with others. Upper class students who are conducting research through other programs are also encouraged to present posters of their work.
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