|Art Busbeyemail@example.com||Geological Sciences|
|Esayas Gebremichaelfirstname.lastname@example.org||Geological Sciences|
|Kayla Greenemail@example.com||Chemistry & Biochemistry|
|Kevin Johnsonfirstname.lastname@example.org||Ranch Management|
|Bo Meiemail@example.com||Computer Science|
|Anne Reneslacisfirstname.lastname@example.org||Dean's office|
|Dick Rinewaltemail@example.com||Computer Science|
|Yuri Strzhemechnyfirstname.lastname@example.org||Physics & Astronomy|
|Jada Willisemail@example.com||Nutritional Sciences|
Participation in the Symposium offers students practical experience in giving presentations in a professional but relaxed setting. It is also a fun social event where students can learn about research in other departments in the College.
This year, the Student Research Symposium will be virtual. Undergraduate and graduate students will give short 3- to 5-minute presentations and answer questions of faculty, students, and TCU visitors --- all on the zoom platform. The students will register in the usual way, and on Friday, April 16, from 12:30 to 4 pm, the young researchers will show their work to the community in six separate zoom rooms. An awards presentation will follow this interdisciplinary event.