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Categories:  Research, Students

Students fill the forum with research projects

Aerial view of forum layout

Students exhibit their research posters at the UIC Forum April 8. Photo: Roberta Dupuis-Devlin/UIC Photo Services

Student presenting his research

Bennett Davidson explains his work at the Student Research Forum. Photo: Joshua Clark/UIC Photo Services

Nearly 300 students from all disciplines presented their work to judges, each other and the campus community at the 2014 UIC Student Research Forum April 8.

The Student Research Forum is a student-run activity, one of the few that is academic in focus and open to graduate, undergraduate and professional students.

Undergraduate winners came from a wide range of departments, including Germanic studies, marketing, the life sciences and psychology.

This year featured a sustainability competition, won by students in anthropology and architecture, and a new category from the Center on Gender and Women Studies with winning projects from students in bioengineering and psychology.

A complete list of entries and winners is available online.

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