The 28th Annual Steinmetz Symposium
Friday, May 11 (Symposium) & Saturday, May 12, 2018 (Prize Day)
Held yearly since 1991, Friday's symposium features an extensive array of oral presentations, posters, performances and exhibits, with concurrent sessions held all day in lieu of regularly scheduled classes. The evening includes a reception and musical performances.
Saturday's events include Prize Day and an afternoon Jazz ensemble performance.
Undergraduate Research At Union
A Celebration in Discovery
Hands-on, faculty-mentored undergraduate research is at the heart of a Union education.
Liberal arts colleges draw students who are restless to learn. Union students are also restless to do. They transform their learning, ingenuity and personal discoveries into meaningful contributions.
Working closely with their professors in every academic department — in classrooms, labs, studios, archives and in the field — Union students delve into topics that inspire and challenge them intellectually and creatively.
Each spring, our students share their academic interests and talents with peers, parents and professors at the campuswide Steinmetz Symposium.