Student Research Day
14th Annual College of Science Student Research Day
Every Spring semester since 2005, SJSU student researchers who work on original research projects under the direction of College of Science (COS) faculty have presented their results in the COS Student Research Day (SRD).
The 14th COS SRD will take place on Friday, April 27, 2018 from 10:00am to 1:00pm on the ground floor level of Duncan Hall. It will involve over 70 posters describing the research projects and results. The posters will be staffed by the undergraduate and graduate students who performed the work. The projects displayed represent original research projects from the laboratories of COS faculty. Many of the projects are funded by federal, state or other grants, and will eventually lead to publications in scientific journals. Some of the posters have already been presented at national or international scientific conferences.
The COS SRD is our showcase of some of the broad range of research activity in the College, and recognizes the opportunities that are available to our students, many of who continue to graduate or professional schools and to job. The research experience they gain as students proves to be very valuable in their careers in science.
The student presenters in the SRD are eager to describe and discuss their research projects and results. The campus community and public are invited to view the posters and talk to our student researchers!
This event is free and open to the public. The location is wheelchair accessible. For other accommodations, contact Dr. Roy Okuda (408-924-2525) by April 20, 2018.
Event Information & Time:
Location: Duncan Hall, Ground Level
Time: Friday, April 27, 2018 @ 10:00am - 1:00pm
Duncan Hall, the location of Student Research Day, is highlighted in the bottom left corner of the SJSU campus map below. Parking is available in the South or West Parking Garages, which are both adjacent to Duncan Hall – obtain a parking pass from the machines on the second floor or higher.