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Join us at the UW Undergraduate Research Symposium this Friday, May 20th!

We are pleased to invite UW and Seattle community members to attend the 19th Annual UW Undergraduate Research Symposium this Friday, May 20th! This event is open to the public.

What: More than 1,000 students will present their research in a wide range of disciplines, from aerospace to philosophy, international studies to design, anthropology to computer science, and just about everything in between.
When: Friday, May 20, 2016 , 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Where: Mary Gates Hall*, UW Seattle
Why: To celebrate UW Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Work!

For more information, online proceedings, or to find a presenter, visit:

*MGH is the main venue, though there will be sessions, showcases, and performances going on in other buildings on campus as well.


URS Poster



Publishing Opportunity: Reinvention Undergraduate Journal

Are you an undergraduate researcher looking to share your research? An international journal of undergraduate research, Reinvention, is accepting submissions.

Reinvention is a leading undergraduate research journal, publishing academic research papers in any discipline, written by undergraduates from any university worldwide. Supported jointly by Monash University in Australia and the University of Warwick in the UK, and edited by a team of undergraduate students from both institutions, Reinvention adheres to a rigorous peer-review process, under which all papers are reviewed by leading experts in the relevant field.

Reinvention provides an exciting opportunity for budding undergraduate authors to publish their work, and it is a great way for them to improve their research, analytical and written communication skills, which are useful in many jobs, not just for those who are interested in further study or academia. The Reinvention editorial team endeavours to provide a supportive environment for undergraduate authors, many of whom have no experience of writing for publication prior to submitting their papers. Even when papers are not accepted on their first submission, authors are provided with detailed feedback to help them bring their work up to the demanding standards required in academic publishing, and many papers are successfully published after they have been revised.

Visit their website for more information: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/iatl/reinvention/