90 posters will be on display and students will be on hand to explain their research work from 4-6 pm on Wednesday and again from 10am-noon on Thursday. Posters will remain in place overnight to allow everyone to view our undergraduate and graduate research. Prizes will be announced by Chancellor Grossman at noon on Thursday, April 23rd. Many of the judges are our UMass Dartmouth Alumni!
At 6pm on Wednesday April 22nd in the Stoico/FIRSTFED Grand Reading Room, Dr. Firas Khatib from the Department of Computer and Information Science will present the plenary lecture “Crowd Computing: Scientific Discoveries by Protein Folding Game Players.”
For further information, contact Elizabeth Winiarz, Science Librarian at 508-999-8696 or at email@example.com