The Office of the Provost is accepting proposals for UT’s first UT Research Symposium.
The event, “Impacting Our Region Through Community-Engaged Scholarship,” will take place
Wednesday, April 17, from 3 to 6 p.m. in the Nitschke Technology Commercialization Complex.
All UT faculty and staff, as well as graduate students with approval by a faculty advisor, are encouraged to submit an abstract demonstrating how their research, scholarship or creative activities impact northwest Ohio.
“This premiere symposium is an excellent opportunity to present your professional accomplishments, engage with other disciplines, network with community partners, and demonstrate UT’s diverse contributions to our region,” Dr. Amy Thompson, vice provost for faculty affairs and professor of public health, said.
Proposals are due Friday, Feb. 8.
For details, visit the UT Research Symposium website.