The Williams Honors College hosts an Research Showcase in the Fall and Spring semesters, where students have an opportunity to present the research and projects that they have undertaken. Moreover, our guests will have a chance to learn more about the Honors Research Projects and what's going on in the college. The presentations are meant to be short, informal summaries of the work, and can take the form of a poster, computer presentation, or exhibition of a creative work.
The Showcase will take place in the Williams Honors Complex and students will display their work throughout the space. As guests, faculty, and other students explore, our students will be expected to be available for approximately an hour to discuss their project and answer questions.
The Spring 2020 Research Showcase will be held on April 24, 2020. There are a number of majors that require students to present their Honors Research Project in a separate event. Students in these majors will not have to present their projects twice, but instead are allowed to only present at their department event. These programs include
- Aerospace Engineering
- Biomedical Engineering
- Business – Integrated Business Forum
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Interior Design
- Mechanical Engineering
and this list will be updated as additional opportunities arise. In addition, students that present work related to their Honors Project at the UA Interdisciplinary Symposium (UA-IS) are also not required to participate in the Williams Honors College Research Showcase.