The Student Research Colloquium is a true showcase for university research, with students from our four undergraduate colleges scheduled to present over 90 projects this year. For those who participate, research bridges the gap between knowledge and experience and provides for career exploration and development. Presenters at this year’s Colloquium will share the results of their research with the larger academic community, enliven the intellectual climate on campus, and stimulate discussions and collaborations within and across disciplines, all while developing skills important to their long-term personal and professional success.
This year's event will be held in-person in the McIntosh Center, with poster presentations in the Activities Room and oral/paper presentations in the Dean's Heritage Room and Wishing Well. The presentations will also be available online via DigitalCommons@ONU for those who are unable to attend the live event. This year's student presentations, as well as those from previous years, can be viewed using following linked text URL: https://digitalcommons.onu.edu/student_research_colloquium/
For more information on the Student Research Colloquium, please visit the ONU webpage using the following linked text URL: https://my.onu.edu/research/colloquium