Colorado State University Pueblo’s Communities for Building Active STEM Engagement (CBASE) is hosting a virtual student research symposium Nov. 10-12 to showcase work of students during the 2020 fall semester.
This is the sixteenth year for the student research symposium and will offer three evenings of video presentations along with question and answer sessions.
“Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we decided to switch the symposium to a virtual format, and will instead feature all of our students ‘film fest’ style by having a lineup of their pre-recorded research presentations, with live Q&A with the student researchers after each video.”Abby Davidson, director of the Science Learning Center and assistant director of CBASE
The virtual research symposium occurs over three evenings featuring five sessions. Presentations will be both done individually and by groups of students with biology, chemistry, physics, civil engineering technology, engineering and teacher education projects featured.
The virtual research symposium is free and open to all students, faculty, staff, and community members to attend. Zoom links will be used for each session for individuals to attend the desired presentation.
The following five sessions will be included for the virtual student research symposium:
Tuesday, Nov. 10 (Two Parallel Sessions) 5:30-7:00pm
Biology Group 1 Zoom Link: https://csupueblo.zoom.us/j/95396090645
Wednesday, Nov. 11 (Two Parallel Sessions) 5:30-7:00pm
Thursday, Nov. 12 (One Session) 5:30-7:30pm
“CBASE is really excited to facilitate the symposium virtually this year, and hope that it provides opportunity for those interested in STEM to join us virtually to learn about some excellent student research.”Abby Davidson, director of the Science Learning Center and assistant director of CBASE
For more information about Communities to Build Active STEM Engagement (CBASE) click here or the CBASE office can be reached at 719-549-2758.