Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium
Wednesday, 9 August 2006
McKinly Laboratory
University of Delaware

When does a scientist become a scientist?  It is not when a person knows many facts and even understands in depth some aspect of the natural world.  I would suggest the transition occurs when curiosity about a phenomena leads to an inquiry for new knowledge.  This can occur in a person with little or lots of knowledge about a subject.  It is an attitude of inquiry.
                                                                                        James Bryant Conant (1946)



Prof. Sarah Elgin
St. Louis
HHMI Professor
Genomics in Education

Exploring the Drosophila Genome: 
Genetics and Genomics to
Examine Gene Silencing

100 Wolf Hall (Auditorium)
11:00 AM - 12:15 PM

Poster Session
1:00 - 3:00 PM Ground Floor of McKinly Laboratory

(List of student participants with links to their Abstracts)
(Participants, their poster location, and their sponsors)
1:00 to 2:00 PM Odd-numbered Posters Attended by Presenters
2:00 to 3:00 PM Even-numbered Posters Attended by Presenters
Oral Presentations
1:00 - 3:00 PM in  061 McKinly Laboratory

1:00 - 3:00 P.M. Food on the Ground Floor of McKinly Laboratory
provided the University of Delaware HHMI Undergraduate Science Education Program
Meet Dr. Sarah Elgin

An informal gathering for students and interested others.
3:00 - 3:30 PM in  061 McKinly Laboratory

The Undergraduate Research Symposium is the last event in the

2006 Summer Undergraduate Research Enrichment Program
Symposium Sponsored by: Students Supported by:
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute's
         Undergraduate Science Education Program
University of Delaware Chapter of Sigma Xi
College of Arts and Sciences

HHMI Undergraduate Science Education Program
UD Undergraduate Research Program
College of Marine Studies Interns & NSF-REU Program
College of Agriculture and Natural Science - USDA Grant
NIH INBRE Program - Delaware Biotechnology Institute
NIH Bridges Program
Beckman Scholars Program
Ronald McNair Scholars Program
Charles Peter White Fellowships
DoD Program

Special thanks to the research supervisors whose time and grant funding enabled this event to happen!
Also special thanks to Lisa Robinson, Laura Reiter, Zakiya Wilson, Sonia Murrey, Bill Cain, Mark Drumm, Jon Cox, and Kevin Quinlan for their many and varied contributions to the success of this event.
Photos of the Symposium.
UDaily report on the 2006 Symposium.

Previous Undergraduate Research Symposia in the news:
2005 - Record Turnout Marks Research Symposium
            2005 Symposium Program
- Summer Research Symposium Sets Record
            2004 Symposium Program
2003 - 90 bioscience undergrads exhibit research posters at symposium
              2003 Symposium Program
2002 - Nathans addresses UD research symposium
           2002 Symposium Program
2001 - Summer undergraduate research symposium hosts mock poster session
              2001 Symposium Program

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