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Students to Present their Independent Work During Princeton Research Day

May 4th, 2016
Photo of a student performance

The first annual Princeton Research Day, a campus-wide celebration of student research, will be held on Thursday and features over 160 presenters who have been selected to give talks and show their independent creative and artistic works.

This event differs from other type of undergraduate or graduate research poster session because the event aims to give students the opportunity to explain their research in everyday language, rather than in specialist, technical terms. Undergraduate students, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers from all disciplines will be presenting at the event, from Chemical and Biological Engineering, to Anthropology and Sociology.

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