Intellectual prowess and research of UMass Dartmouth undergraduate and graduate students on display at Sigma Xi Research Exhibit April 22-23
The UMass Dartmouth Chapter of Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society, will celebrate its 21st Annual Research Exhibit Wednesday, April 22 through Thursday, April 23 from noon to noon at the Claire T. Carney Library Living Room. Close to 100 poster exhibitions will be on display demonstrating the intellectual prowess and research of several hundred UMass Dartmouth undergraduate and graduate students.
While the exhibit will be on display throughout the two days, students will engage with professors and fellow researchers in the Living Room Wednesday, April 22, 4–6 pm and Thursday, April 23, 10 am–12noon.
UMass Dartmouth Computer and Information Science Assistant Professor Dr. Fairs Katib will offer the keynote address at the Sigma Xi Exhibit discussing "crowd computing: scientific discoveries by protein-folding game players" April 22 at 6 pm at the Stoico/FIRSTFED Charitable Foundation Grand Reading Room in the Library.
Sigma Xi is a national research honor society that enhances the health of the research enterprise, fosters integrity in science and engineering, and promotes the public's understanding of science for the purpose of improving the human condition.
UMass Dartmouth distinguishes itself as a vibrant, public research university dedicated to engaged learning and innovative research resulting in personal and lifelong student success. The University serves as an intellectual catalyst for economic, social, and cultural transformation on a global, national, and regional scale.