Dartmouth College celebrates scientific research on campus each May with a science symposium named for the late Karen E. Wetterhahn, Professor of Chemistry and co-founder of the Women In Science Project (WISP) at Dartmouth College. The symposium was established in 1992 and includes a keynote address given by a distinguished scientist, followed by an undergraduate research poster session.
All Dartmouth undergraduates conducting scientific research are invited to present a poster at the symposium. All students who plan to present a poster must complete the online registration form, including those students who are co-presenting. Students presenting senior honors thesis research may also participate in the Christopher G. Reed Science Competition, sponsored by Sigma Xi (the scientific research society).
24th Annual Karen E. Wetterhahn Symposium: Thursday, May 28, 2015
2014 Keynote Address: Robotics, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Education: Fostering Innovation in Africa
- 4pm: Welcoming remarks & Reed Competition winners
- 4:15pm: Keynote address
- 5-7pm: Poster session
Symposium location: Class of 1978 Life Sciences Center
Last Updated: 9/4/14