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Would you like to present your research at 2018 Upper Peninsula Student Research Symposium?

Question asked by Joseph Sabol on Mar 6, 2018
Latest reply on Aug 5, 2018 by tessie garan

2018 Student Research Symposium Announced

 

2018 Upper Peninsula Local Section Student Research Symposium will be held in Marquette, MI on April 14, 2018, with registration starting at 09:30 am EST.

UPLS provides a venue for students to present their research in chemistry, chemical engineering, and related fields. Students at all levels (undergraduate, graduate, postdoctoral, and high school) are welcome to present a poster; there is no charge to participate. This symposium is an excellent opportunity for students, faculty and the community at large to learn about the interesting research being conducted and shared in Michigan Upper Peninsula. For more information, see http://upls.sites.acs.org/uplsstudentsymposium.htm and to register, see https://goo.gl/forms/7IPbjm9Dm7u10tIh1

The keynote speaker, after pizza lunch, will be

Elke Schoffers, Ph.D.

Professor of Chemistry

Western Michigan University

who will present

Does science get lost in translation?

The media plays a pivotal role in translating scientific outcomes. Science is data-driven and based on evidence, yet current headlines are plagued with fake news and disinformation campaigns. So what should chemists know about the science of science communication when it comes to climate change?

Questions: Please contact Robert Handler rhandler@mtu.edu 

Outcomes