AUGUST 28, 2013
The Undergraduate Research Experience and the College of Arts and Sciences will host Freed-Hardeman University’s annual Research Day Oct. 4. The event will showcase student research in the sciences and mathematics.
Research Day will begin with a chapel service in Ayers Auditorium at 8:30 a.m. Following the chapel service, twelve, 20-minute reports will be presented by students on a variety of topics in the Crews-Colbert Center. Research areas include Molecular Biology of Disease, Computational Chemistry, Data Mining and Turtle Community Ecology.
The public is invited to attend any of these sessions. Dr. Brian Butterfield, chairman of the Department of Biological, Physical and Human Sciences, encourages prospective math and science students, in particular, to attend the event. Those interested may contact Natalie Zlatovich at 731-989-6032 or at firstname.lastname@example.org