We’re bringing the sidewalk to your desk!
Undergraduate students create colorful visual presentations of their research using colored pencils, paper, a cell phone stand, and Zoom.
Attendees can log in at any time during the event to watch the presentations as they’re made and engage in dialogue with the researchers.
Sidewalk Symposium 2020 Schedule
|Time||Undergraduate Researcher||College||Project Title|
|11:00am||Ashley Crickard||College of Engineering||The Consistency of Fiber Bragg Grating (FBG) Signal With Varying Angles Of Impact|
|11:00am||Malone Hanis||College of Agriculture & Life Sciences||Proliferation Assays of 33 and 81 LNCaP|
|11:00am||Lara Rabinowitz||Wilson College of Textiles and College of Humanities & Social Sciences||Artifact-led textile design at the Textile Heritage Museum, Burlington, North Carolina|
|11:00am||Lauren Ramilo||College of Sciences||Increasing the Online Presence of Delftia avidovorans Through an Interactive, Accessible, and Engaging Web Hub|
|12:30pm||Gaven Bell||College of Sciences||Genetic variation between workers and queens during colony introduction|
|1:00pm||Rabeya Tahir||College of Sciences||WikiEdu|
|2:00pm||Emily Leister||College of Humanities & Social Sciences and College of Sciences||The Relationship Between Instagram Use and Anxiety/Depressive Symptoms: A Daily Diary Study|
|2:00pm||Megan Pryor||College of Sciences and College of Education||On Tight 9-Cycle Decompositions of 3-Uniform Hypergraphs|
Call for Presenters
Registration for presenters is now closed. If you are still interested in participating and are able to pick up a supply kit from the Hill Library before Sept 25, please email us at email@example.com.
Get creative and consider including:
- Questions your project seeks to answer or raise
- Thought-provoking or troubling facts, statistics, etc.
- Interesting or surprising outcomes, conclusions, etc.
- Diagrams of methods, relevant processes, etc.
- Illustrations of biological or chemical structures
- Drawings of mechanical components and designs excerpts (quotations) from qualitative survey data
- Titles of creative or performance pieces
- Historical timelines or the names of important figures
- Graphs, charts or tables of significant data
- Mathematical formulas, relevant theorems, etc.
- Problems your project aims to address
Assistance with Your Work
An artist will be available prior to the event to help conceptualize your research into drawing.
Send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Office of Undergraduate Research, NC State University Libraries, and the Crafts Center