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2016 URES: Creating a Scientific Research Poster

The 2016 Undergraduate Research Education Series, presented by the Office of Undergraduate Research. October 27, 2016 @ 11:15 - 12:15pm - "Creating a Scientific Research Poster" with Taylor Sparks at 120 Sill Center. Free & open to all!

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EDUCATION SERIES

"The Office of Undergraduate Research offers educational events on topics of interest to undergraduate student researchers and their faculty mentors. These events are free & open to all and are designed specifically with undergraduate students in mind. Events in the Undergraduate Research Education Events cover topics such as: community-based research, creating effective posters, data management, human subjects research ethics, professionalization, public speaking, the institutional review board, and writing abstracts.

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Creating a Scientific Research Poster

Presented by: Taylor Sparks

Date & Time: October 27, 2016 at 11:15 - 12:15pm

Location: Sterling Sill Center (195 Central Campus Dr.), Room 120
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In this seminar you will learn about both the content and design of research posters as well as how to prepare to present a research poster. This seminar is most useful for students currently needing to create a research poster, but is also helpful for students thinking about how to talk about their project.

See the Calendar and/or the URES Fall 2016 flier for the current list of events.

The Undergraduate Research Education Series is free and open to all. Click here to learn more about the Office of Undergraduate Research.

 

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URES 2016: The Institutional Review Board

The 2016 Undergraduate Research Education Series, presented by the Office of Undergraduate Research. October 31, 2016 @ 3:15 - 4:15pm - "Institutional Review Board" with John Stillman at 120 Sill Center. Free & open to all!

UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EDUCATION SERIES

"The Office of Undergraduate Research offers educational events on topics of interest to undergraduate student researchers and their faculty mentors. These events are free & open to all and are designed specifically with undergraduate students in mind. Events in the Undergraduate Research Education Events cover topics such as: community-based research, creating effective posters, data management, human subjects research ethics, professionalization, public speaking, the institutional review board, and writing abstracts.

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Institutional Review Board

Presented by: John Stillman

Date & Time: October 31, 2016 at 3:15 - 4:15pm

Location: Sterling Sill Center (195 Central Campus Dr.), Room 120
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In this session you will learn the basic history of the Institutional Review Board (IRB), what counts as Human Subjects research, and how and when you might need to use the IRB while doing research here at the U. This session is good for anyone who is or is interested in doing research with Human Subjects at any stage of their research.

See the Calendar and/or the URES Fall 2016 flier for the current list of events.

The Undergraduate Research Education Series is free and open to all. Click here to learn more about the Office of Undergraduate Research.

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2016 Halloween Star Party


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Wednesday, October 26, 8:00 p.m. (weather permitting)

Come to the South Physics Observatory as we celebrate our 4th annual Halloween Party! Come dressed as your favorite character and win a prize!

Activities include:
- Spooky death stars & space ghost viewing
- Visit the haunted dome and laboratory
- Monster galaxy viewing
- Costume contest with prizes
- Games, stars and candy!
...and MORE!

This event, and all our star parties are free and open to the public.

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Prof. Paolo Gondolo Elected Fellow of the APS

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Dr. Paolo Gondolo

The American Physical Society (APS) has elected Prof. Paolo Gondolo as a 2016 Fellow of the American Physical Society. A prestigious honor, APS Fellows are elected each year based on noteworthy contributions to the field of physics. The APS outlines these contributions as including "outstanding physics research, important applications of physics, leadership in or service to physics, or significant contributions to physics education".

Dr. Gondolo was nominated by the department's division of Astrophysics. His citation reads, "For outstanding theoretical contributions to dark matter research, particularly direct and indirect dark matter searches". The entire department congratulates Prof. Gondolo on this achievement.

The Department of Physics & Astronomy at the University of Utah has 24 faculty members whom have been elected APS Fellows. To see a complete list, click here.

For more information about the American Physical Society, the APS Fellowship program, or to learn about past APS Fellow elections, visit their website: APS Fellows.

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