Spring Seminar - Technology Commercialization

BIOEN 504 is open to the entire CoE community. The local entrepreneurial community provides our outstanding guest lecturers who will share knowledge, expertise, and personal experiences in moving technology from the academic laboratory to product and market.

Wednesdays and Fridays, 3:30-5:20 p.m.
Electrical Engineering Building 037

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About Undergraduate Research

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Research is not just for graduate students. More faculty and laboratories are inviting engineering undergraduate students to share in one of the most important activities of the university - discovery.

By participating in research projects, you apply the knowledge from your classes to solve real-world problems. You build your professional network by working with faculty and graduate students, and you complement your industrial internship experiences. If you are considering graduate school, participating in research is an excellent way to prepare.

To get started, learn about programs and funding for undergraduate research.