University Calls for Student Submissions for Research Conference

Truman will hold its 20th annual Student Research Conference April 3.

The conference is a Universitywide celebration of student research, scholarship and creative achievement in all disciplines. Undergraduate and graduate students in all divisions are invited and encouraged to present their scholarly and/or creative work.

All presenters are required to submit their abstracts online at The site is now open and the deadline for submissions is Feb. 9. A copy of the information submitted will be sent to the student presenter’s faculty mentor for approval.

In addition to the many student presentations, the day will feature a conferencewide plenary address delivered by Keith Devlin, senior researcher and executive director of the Center for the Study of Language and Information and consulting professor of mathematics at Stanford University. He is also known as the “Math Guy” on NPR’s “Weekend Edition.”

Scheduled classes will not formally meet during the day, providing the opportunity for all students and faculty members to attend and fully participate.
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