Spring Student Research Symposium Begins
If the endless number of events at prospie days wasn’t enough, last night marked the start of Middlebury’s annual student research symposium. The keynote address featured Brian Deese ’00, special assistant to the president for economic policy. Today, with over 200 presenters in roughly 27 disciplines, you are almost guaranteed to find something you are interested in. While many seniors present on their thesis or senior work, anyone with a project can share their work. The presentations, each lasting roughly 15 minutes, are grouped in thematic categories and staggered throughout the day, mostly occurring in Bi Hall.
P.S. Middblog will be covering a number of the talks, but given the enormous volume of presentations, we can’t be everywhere at once. If you are tweeting, use our hashtag #middsym and we’ll compile a post over the weekend of student responses.