UMBC’s 24th Annual
Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Day
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Come to Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Day (URCAD) to see original work by UMBC students in fields from Biology to Dance, Psychology to Visual Arts. This day-long symposium features students sharing the results of their mentored research, scholarship, and creative work. Presentations take the form of original dances, video, artistic installations, sculpture, oral presentations, and posters. Attend and be inspired by what these young professionals are already producing and contributing to their fields.
Our guest speaker is Dr. Keisha John, Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, University of Virginia.
While at UMBC, Dr. John was a Meyerhoff Scholar, and worked with her mentor, Dr. Rachel Brewster as one of the first undergraduate researchers in her lab.
Why is research important?
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