Events Calendar

Undergraduate Research Days

hosted by Pitt's Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity and University Library System.

 

The Undergraduate Research Days event highlights the research work of the Archival Scholar Research Award (ASRA) recipients, participants in the London Studies program, and the Undergraduate Research Awards through a series of lightning talks and Q&A sessions. 

Come and learn more about the scholars’ original projects and their research processes and discoveries!

 

Schedule:

April 20th, 3-4 PM

Su Diler, Charlie Taylor, Fidel Anderson, Max Reiver, Gabriel Slon, Marissa Herzig

April 21st, 10-11 AM

Brianna Stellini, Liam Sims, Destiny Mann, David Reed Hall, Joe Wozniak, Paras Chand

April 21st, 1:30-2:30 PM

Varsha Sriram, Lauren Scheller-Wolf, Mckaila Faison

April 22nd, 10-11 AM

Simone Mohite, Vidhya Madireddy, Emily Kelly

 

We extend a special thank you to our supporters of the Archival Scholar Research Awards, the Undergraduate Research Awards, and the London Studies program:

  • James C. Holmberg, PhD, A&S 1981 and Georgia M. Holmberg PhD
  • Robert A. Palmer, A&S 1970
  • Brian Wongchaowart, A&S 2008, 2010
  • The Christine J. Toretti Fund
  • The Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity
  • The Office of the Associate Dean, Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
  • The Office of the Provost.

Dial-In Information

Registration (free) is required for all presentation dates. Be sure to register for each individual presentation date you would like to attend - a registation to one date does not register you for all four presentation dates.

Thursday, April 22 at 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Virtual Event

Undergraduate Research Days

hosted by Pitt's Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity and University Library System.

 

The Undergraduate Research Days event highlights the research work of the Archival Scholar Research Award (ASRA) recipients, participants in the London Studies program, and the Undergraduate Research Awards through a series of lightning talks and Q&A sessions. 

Come and learn more about the scholars’ original projects and their research processes and discoveries!

 

Schedule:

April 20th, 3-4 PM

Su Diler, Charlie Taylor, Fidel Anderson, Max Reiver, Gabriel Slon, Marissa Herzig

April 21st, 10-11 AM

Brianna Stellini, Liam Sims, Destiny Mann, David Reed Hall, Joe Wozniak, Paras Chand

April 21st, 1:30-2:30 PM

Varsha Sriram, Lauren Scheller-Wolf, Mckaila Faison

April 22nd, 10-11 AM

Simone Mohite, Vidhya Madireddy, Emily Kelly

 

We extend a special thank you to our supporters of the Archival Scholar Research Awards, the Undergraduate Research Awards, and the London Studies program:

  • James C. Holmberg, PhD, A&S 1981 and Georgia M. Holmberg PhD
  • Robert A. Palmer, A&S 1970
  • Brian Wongchaowart, A&S 2008, 2010
  • The Christine J. Toretti Fund
  • The Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity
  • The Office of the Associate Dean, Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences
  • The Office of the Provost.

Dial-In Information

Registration (free) is required for all presentation dates. Be sure to register for each individual presentation date you would like to attend - a registation to one date does not register you for all four presentation dates.

Thursday, April 22 at 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Virtual Event