Undergraduate Exhibition to showcase students' hard work and impact

Community invited to visit and interact with undergraduate scholars and performers on April 17

Students will be in the HUB-Robeson Center from 4-7 p.m. April 17 answering questions about their research and conducting oral presentations and performances. Credit: Penn StateCreative Commons

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State undergraduate students will get the chance to show off their hard work and research at the annual Undergraduate Exhibition, set for 4 to 7 p.m. April 17 at the HUB-Robeson Center at University Park.

Hundreds of students from all colleges across Penn State and a number of campuses will present on a diverse range of topics. Posters, performances and oral presentations will be held in numerous rooms throughout the HUB.

In addition to research posters, oral presentations and performances, this year's exhibition will feature an Engagement Experience poster session from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 17, allowing students to share their transformative experiences from internships, study abroad trips, entrepreneurial ventures, community-based projects, student organizations, and other similar experiences.

The University-wide community and the public are invited to interact with some of Penn State’s finest and brightest students at either the exhibition or engagement sessions. Many students are conducting research under principal investigators who are working to answer some of the biggest questions in science and society.

Participants will be judged by faculty members and are eligible for prizes in a number of different categories.

The Undergraduate Exhibition is coordinated by the Research Opportunities for Undergraduates program, which is part of Penn State Undergraduate Education, the academic administrative unit that provides leadership and coordination for University-wide programs and initiatives in support of undergraduate teaching and learning at Penn State. Learn more about Undergraduate Education at Sign up for the Undergraduate Education Headlines for the latest news.

Last Updated April 09, 2019