The Connecticut Valley Section of the American Chemical Society is hosting their annual Undergraduate Research Symposium on Saturday, April 22nd at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT.
The ACS-CVS Undergraduate Research Symposium is an opportunity for undergraduate students to present what they have learned through their research experiences to a larger audience. The symposium provides a platform for students, faculty, and the community to discuss cutting edge research and to examine the connection between research and education. The symposium includes a talk by Dr. Michael T. Hren, as well as undergraduate research and poster presentations, lunch, and awards.
Students can submit abstracts for either poster or oral presentations. Abstracts are due April 7th; Deadline to register is April 7th at 5PM.
Keynote Speaker: Michael T. Hren, Ph.D.
Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry: Stable isotopic analysis of organic and inorganic materials. Present research projects include work on long-term changes in atmospheric CO2, isotopic tracing of organic molecular biomarkers, isotopic fractionation during biosynthesis of cell components and degradation in sediments, and identification and stable isotopic analysis of biomarkers in ancient sediments.
Parking & Directions
Take I-84 to exit 68. Follow CT-195S for approximately 7 miles. Take a right onto North Eagleville Road (you will see a big white church) to enter campus. At the second stoplight, turn left onto Hillside Road.
We suggest you park in the Area 2 parking lot located on the corner of Hillside Road and King Hill Road (across from the Lodewick Visitors Center). You may park in any lot that is not permit-restricted on the weekend. Please note that there is a fee to park in the North and South parking garages (approximately $10.00).
The ACS-CVS Undergraduate Research Symposium will be held in Laurel Hall. Laurel Hall is located on Fairfield Way, the brick walkway in the center of campus, adjacent to the Student Union. From the Area 2 parking lot, walk up Hillside Road toward the center of campus and turn left after passing the Student Union.
For additional information about parking on campus, please consult the Department of Parking and Transportation Services