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Student Poster Registration opens
Friday, April 12 - Wednesday May 8, 2013
Dartmouth welcomes the broader community to attend the Wetterhahn Science Symposium to learn about cutting edge research and to interact with motivated undergraduates. High school science teachers are personally invited to bring their students to expand their educational horizons and aspirations.
Dartmouth College hosts the Wetterhahn Science Symposium annually to showcase the research projects of 80-100 enthusiastic undergraduate women and men across all of the sciences and engineering. This major campus event brings the science community together to celebrate the work and achievements of these students in a public way.
Dartmouth places high value on undergraduates' involvement in inquiry-based research as part of their overall education. Science faculty, graduate students, campus administrators, undergraduates, friends and family gather to hear the invited keynote speaker and to talk informally with the student researchers about their work.
For more information about attending the symposium beyond what you read on this web page, contact Kathy Scott Weaver, WISP Assistant Director, at Kathy.s.Weaver@Dartmouth.edu or (603) 646-3690.
The keynote address begins at 4:00 p.m. in Oopik Auditorium in the Life Sciences Building (follow the signs). The student poster session from 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. will be located on the first and second floors of the Life Sciences Building. Use the entrance on the Medical School side of the building facing south.
For more specific directions, see Dartmouth Maps.
Last Updated: 2/5/13