The Undergraduate Research Symposium provides undergraduates with the opportunity to present the results of their research projects in a public forum. Students, prospective students, faculty, and community members were invited to explore the latest in undergraduate research at Old Dominion University. The symposium included 62 poster presentations, oral presentations, and exhibits by students from a variety of academic disciplines (link to 2011 program). Students interested in participating in this year's symposium can visit the 2012 website for more information (link to 2012 ODU Undergraduate Research Symposium Web-page).
Caption: Students from the Arts Department exhibited their original artwork at the 2011 ODU Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Caption: College of Business and Administration students Joachim Nilsen, Yao Li, and Grant Berger presented their research on supply chain management (seen here with Dean Metzger from the Honors College and their research mentor Professor Li from the Department of Information Technology and Decision Sciences).