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April 4, 2023

K-State community invited to attend Developing Scholars Program Symposium

Submitted by Rebeca Paz

The Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry, or OURCI, invites the K-State community to the Spring 2023 Developing Scholars Program Symposium. The in-person poster session will be from 4-5:30 p.m. Thursday, April 13, in the Grand Ballroom at the K-State Student Union. This is a come-and-go event.

The event marks the culmination of the yearlong program and will showcase students from various majors. The Developing Scholars Program is an undergraduate research program that offers high-achieving, serious-minded, historically underrepresented students research opportunities in their field of study with faculty mentors. This will be the 23rd annual Developing Scholars Program Research Symposium. Learn more about the program.

The Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry is dedicated to the expansion of undergraduate research and creative inquiry opportunities at Kansas State University. OURCI serves an interdisciplinary community of researchers and encourages undergraduate students and faculty to recognize the value of research, creative inquiry and scholarship in a student's academic career. The office also aims to raise the visibility of K-State’s strong commitment to inquiry, investigation and discovery of new knowledge. Undergraduate students from all disciplines can engage with OURCI. Opportunities include the Undergraduate Research Showcase, Research Awards, Conference/Travel Awards, Developing Scholars Program and more. Visit k-state.edu/undergradresearch/ to learn more about all upcoming events and opportunities.

Questions can be directed to ourci@k-state.edu.