The Brigham Young University Office of Research and Creative Work, in association with the academic colleges at BYU, has announced its first undergraduate research and creative work open house.
The open house will be Wednesday, March 24, from 4 to 7 p.m. in room 378 Wilkinson Center. The public is welcome.The event will publicly recognize the talented undergraduates on the BYU campus and their contribution to research and creative work, according to Gary Reynolds, associate director of Research and Creative Work.
"Each college has selected undergraduates who are representative of the excellence found in the work done in their respective disciplines," he said. The 28 student recipients will be at the open house between 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. to talk about their work and will also be honored at a special banquet that evening.
"To help the campus community and the community at large experience and celebrate the accomplishments of these fine young people, there will be displays, samples, abstracts and demonstrations of the wide variety of talent and work performed by these undergraduates under the direction of faculty mentors," said Reynolds.
The displays will be available in rooms 376 and 378 Wilkinson Center also on March 24. For more information, contact Reynolds at 378-3360.