Jupiter Research Opportunities
JUPITER Research Opportunities
11th Annual Symposium for Scholarly and Creative Research
FAU’s Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College is celebrating the academic achievements of its students, and particularly those students in the Class of 2013, with its 11th annual
Symposium for Scholarly and Creative Research
. All Wilkes Honors College students are engaged in interesting research and creative activities, including their senior thesis projects. The Symposium showcases honors students and their projects in a one-day event that includes a series of concurrent talks, a poster session, and a visual arts presentation.
The Chastain Honors Symposium lecture, The Evolution-Creation Dispute: A Sibling Rivalry, will be given by Dr. Michael Ruse, the Lucyle T. Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy and the Director of the Program in the History and Philosophy of Science at Florida State University. He is the author of many books, and has most recently edited the Cambridge Encyclopedia of Darwin and Evolutionary Thought.
On Thursday, October 1, students, faculty and staff came together in the Dining Hall Annex to learn about the University’s Quality Enhancement Plan Distinction Through Discovery. Participants heard how we can ‘Question, Explore and Pursue’ in order to expand undergraduate research and inquiry.
Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP)
provides resources and support to FAU's undergraduate students and faculty involved in research, scholarship, and creative activity.
Get Funding: Apply for funding of your project.
Get Published: Promote your project in scholarly publications.
Get Noticed: Showcase your project.
Get Prepared & Involved: Take classes that are enhanced with undergraduate research components.