Spring 2021 Virtual Research Day
On April 23, join Pace student researchers, faculty, and staff for Student Research Day; an annual showcase of some of Pace's most inventive and promising young minds, as demonstrated through their impactful research.
Pace students get ahead of the competition, something that's clearly evident through the fact that our undergraduates consistently take advantage of the many research opportunities at their disposal—the results of which will be showcased during our annual Student Research Day at the end of April.
Student Research Day is designed to offer Honors College seniors, the Provost’s Undergraduate Research awardees, and student researchers throughout the schools and colleges the opportunity to present their work to the Pace Community. Projects range across a wide-range of disciplines, and demonstrate Pace's commitment to student research; many student researchers collaborate with faculty members through the Provost's Undergraduate Student/Faculty research program, or have been given the opportunity to work with a faculty member in a mentorship capacity.
The virtual format is facilitated by using a four part “quad” chart design for posters with four explanatory slides.
Student Research Day
Friday, April 23, 10:00 a.m.
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