Library Research Colloquium

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Date: Monday, May 20th, 2013
Time: 3:00-4:30 PM
Location: Norris (Room TBD)

The Northwestern Undergraduate Research & Arts Exposition provides students with a unique opportunity to present their final, polished research projects to an audience of peers and faculty. But what does the research process involve? The Library Research Colloquium will enrich the Exposition by demonstrating how students can get involved in research by utilizing the vast array of resources located in the University Library. 

A panel of undergraduate researchers will speak at the event, and will include students who have carried out independent research projects as well as students whose work has been published in the Northwestern Undergraduate Research Journal. Following the presentations, Subject Specialists from the library will have the opportunity to comment on students' projects and provide real examples of assisting in the research process. 

The Colloquium is designed to be an event of interest to the entire Northwestern community. In addition to highlighting student research, this event is an opportunity for others to learn about the research process as well as how the Northwestern University Library can support undergraduate research.