2021 Rochester Virtual Collegiate Research Symposium
The Annual Rochester Collegiate Research Symposium sponsored by the Rochester Section of the American Chemical Society will be held virtually on Saturday, April 24th from 9 AM-3 PM. The keynote speaker will be Dr. Sam Pazicni, University of Wisconsin-Madison, who will present, “Graduate School Reality Check: Knowing When to Go and How to get there.”
Abstract: Deciding what to do with your chemical education is one of the most challenging decisions that many students must deal with during their undergraduate education. If you are considering graduate school, there are many things that you should consider when deciding if it is the right choice for you. And once you decide it is where you want to be, there are numerous things you can do to help you succeed when you get there. This seminar will address many of these items and much more so please join us!
Undergraduates and Master students are invited to give a short talk or present a poster on their current research. Deadline has been extended to April 18th by midnight. Everyone is invited to attend. Zoom prizes (aka door prizes) will also be awarded.
The research and academic achievements of undergraduate students from the Rochester area Colleges, Universities and Community Colleges will also be recognized at this symposium.
Whether attending or submitting an abstract, registration is required by midnight on April 18th. Please register at
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For more information, please contact Brittney Beidelman, Symposium Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org