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SURI Poster Symposium

  The 2016 Summer Undergraduate Research Internship (SURI) program has officially come to a close, and we would like to thank each one of our interns for a fun and successful summer!

New this year, the SURI program concluded the summer with its very own SURI Research Poster Symposium, attended by faculty, graduate students, and lab members. At the symposium, which was held on July 20 at the Media Innovation Center in the new Evansdale Crossing building, students delivered oral poster presentations to a panel of graduate student judges. As the judges deliberated over the scores, students and faculty had the opportunity to visit all the posters, to learn about the other research projects that our SURI interns were involved in this summer.

SURI Poster Symposium attendees

This year, the SURI program hosted 13 students from institutions from across the country. Students in the 2016 program were:

The top three posters, in no ranked order, selected as winners for this year’s Research Poster Symposium were: 

Gabriela Valencia: "Chinese-English bilingual brains exhibit linguistic-perceptual links: novel evidence advancing the Dual Model of Language and Cognition"

Katherine Pavlos

April Garbuz

The full symposium brochure can be viewed here: 2016 SURI Research Poster Symposium .

A special thanks to our graduate student judges for making our first Research Poster Symposium a success!

For more information on the SURI program, visit the SURI program home page.