The forum featured poster presentations on research in the arts, engineering, humanities, and the biological, physical, and social sciences.
Coral Gables (April 16, 2013) — From a project on language development in preschoolers with autism spectrum disorders to a study on how participating in sports can deter juvenile delinquency, University of Miami students presented research in a variety of disciplines at the recent Undergraduate Research, Creativity, and Innovation Forum. Held on April 3 in the University Center’s Flamingo Ballroom, the forum featured more than 100 poster presentations on research in the arts, biological sciences, engineering, humanities, physical sciences, and social sciences. UM’s Office of Undergraduate Research and Community Outreach sponsored the event. Above: UM student Stephanie Fernandez, right, presents her research project on the “Role of Set-ß in Neurite Growth.”
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