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Undergraduate Research Summer Institute students will present research at the annual URSI symposium.

Undergraduate Research Summer Institute (URSI) is a 9.5 week, immersive program for Vassar College students to engage in scientific research under the supervision of a faculty mentor. The URSI Symposium is an opportunity for URSI students to present their research through both oral and poster presentations. The Symposium will take place on September 26th at 3:00 PM in the Villard Room. This year's keynote speaker is Deborah Estrin, PhD, Tishman Professor of Computer Science at Cornell Tech. Dr. Estrin will give a talk entitled, “Small data and the future of personal health." See the URSI website (https://ursi.vassar.edu/workshops/symposium/) for details.

This symposium is sponsored by the Undergraduate Research Summer Institute.

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Posted by Office of Communications Thursday, September 13, 2018