Sigma Xi Society Will Hold Annual Research Exhibit

DARTMOUTH, MA. - The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Sigma Xi Society announced that its tenth annual research exhibit is scheduled for April 27 and 28 in the university library. This two-day exhibit features research projects conducted by graduate and undergraduate students, faculty and staff. The UMD Sigma Xi Society is a university-based chapter of a national organization that promotes scholarly research activities in science and engineering.

DARTMOUTH, MA. - The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Sigma Xi Society announced that its tenth annual research exhibit is scheduled for April 27 and 28 in the university library. This two-day exhibit features research projects conducted by graduate and undergraduate students, faculty and staff. The UMD Sigma Xi Society is a university-based chapter of a national organization that promotes scholarly research activities in science and engineering. 

Each exhibitor will present informational sessions about their projects in poster and oral presentations for two hours in the afternoon of both days. Posters will remain on display in the library during the first afternoon and evening and throughout the second day. Abstracts for the poster presentations will be posted on the Sigma Xi web site and printed in a booklet that will be used to promote the exhibition and distributed to presenters and attendees. 

Exhibit hours on Tuesday, April 27 are from noon until 11pm and on Wednesday, April 28, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The exhibit is free and open to the public. Parking is available in lot 13. 

A Colloquium will be held on Tuesday at 4 p.m. in Lecture Hall 228 located in the engineering building to discuss several of the research topics presented in the exhibit. 

For further information you can contact Dr Emmanuel Ojadi via telephone at 508-999-8252 or via email at eojadi@umassd.edu. Additional information is also available on the Sigma Xi Society Website @ http://www.old.umassd.edu/org/sigmaxi/ 


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