2015 Spring Student Symposium- April 9-10


Students across all disciplines and classes will participate in the Symposium by giving an oral or poster presentation, performance, or exhibiting art or other creative work.
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Senior Research Project Supplement (SRPS)

Seniors- planning a senior research project but not sure how to fund it? There are now two deadlines for applications up to $1500, April 15 and October 1, 2015, but applications for up to $350 are accepted throughout the academic year, funds permitting. see more info

Student Research Feature

Professor Martin Chalfie of Columbia University with Middlebury Professor Glen Ernstrom

Nobel Prize Winner's Speech at Midd Highlights Importance of Student Researchers
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Second (!) Nobel Prize Winner's Speech at Midd highlights Curiosity Driven Research
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Ben Savard

Highlighting Midd Research Launches Ben Savard '14 into Internet Celebrity Status
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Undergraduate Research: An Adventure in Learning

Interested in research? Here's a taste of the great opportunities offered across the curriculum at Middlebury.

Undergraduate Research at Middlebury

I hear and I forget,

I see and I remember,

I do and I understand

- Chinese Proverb

Middlebury Offers Research Opportunities in All Disciplines

Students conduct research with Middlebury faculty, with faculty at other universities and research institutions, conduct their own independent research, and present their work at the Spring Student Symposium and at professional meetings. The Undergraduate Research Office supports students in these endeavors with advising, information about opportunities and funding for research and academic travel.

URO is part of the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Research (CTLR) and a partner of the Center for Careers and Internships (CCI)