2021 Summer Undergraduate Pipeline Research Symposium
This summer’s virtual symposium will feature over 100 undergraduate scholars!
WHEN: Tuesday, July 27th, 8:45am-5:10pm
The 2021 Summer Undergraduate Pipeline (SUP) Research Symposium will provide an opportunity for undergraduate students engaging in research under the direction of UNC-Chapel Hill faculty to present their research to a broad audience of faculty, staff, and students from across campus and the general public.
All are welcome!
Please see the Schedule of Presenters for specific student information, including research titles, abstracts, and presentation times.
8:45am: Opening remarks by Associate Dean Kate McAnulty
8:55am: Log on for morning research presentations
9:00am-12:40pm: MORNING SESSIONS *presentations running concurrently, audience members will be able to choose the breakout room for the presentation they wish to see
1:25pm: Log on for afternoon research presentations
1:30pm-5:10pm: AFTERNOON SESSIONS *presentations running concurrently, audience members will be able to choose the breakout room for the presentation they wish to see
Message from the Dean:
Dear Summer Scholars:
Congratulations on completing your summer research program! Thank you for spending part of your summer with us. I hope that SUP was a valuable experience for you that both reinforced the concepts you’ve learned in your classes and opened your eyes to future opportunities in your discipline. Many students find that summer programs like SUP provide a “taste” of graduate school, and it is not uncommon for SUP to be the gateway to graduate school. I
hope that SUP has heightened your interest in graduate school—-if not immediately after college then sometime in the future. Please know The Graduate School is here to help when you start thinking about the next phase of your education and don’t hesitate to call on us. We will look forward to hearing from you.
On behalf of everyone in The Graduate School, I wish you success in the upcoming academic year and all of your future endeavors.
All best wishes!
Suzanne Barbour, PhD
Dean, The Graduate School