Most of you are likely aware of this–if not involved as mentors of students presenting–but I wanted to make sure to pass this on from Martha Weber, ORU:
Miami’s 24th annual Undergraduate Research Forum will honor our dedicated Miami mentors and celebrate the intellectual accomplishments of our student researchers. Established in 1994, this university-wide forum has showcased the creative and scholarly activities of undergraduates engaged in research. During the interactive poster sessions both student researchers and mentors celebrate and promote undergraduate dedication to learning and scholarly achievement.
Over 560 Miami students are registered to present at the annual Undergraduate Research Forum on April 25, 2018. Fifty-two oral presentations involving 61 students will take place in rooms on the Shriver Center third floor. Three interactive poster sessions involving over 500 student presenters will take place in the Shriver John Dolibois Rooms. Student research on display covers a wide variety of topics and may have been carried out as part of a class, an independent study, a community project, a service-learning project, a creative project, etc.
You can find an ADA-compliant download of the program here.