EnviroDay 2022

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Since 1986, graduate students in the Environmental Sciences Department at the University of Virginia have organized an annual research symposium to showcase the breadth and depth of graduate and undergraduate student research in the environmental sciences. The event brings together students and faculty from various departments on Grounds, including Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Architecture, Anthropology, and Sociology. It provides a vital opportunity for students to share research, practice presentations, and start new conversations and collaborations.

The 2022 EnviroDay Research Symposium, held on February 25, will feature a full day of oral and poster presentations in an in-person format followed by our keynote speaker Dr. Katharine Suding from the University of Colorado Boulder.

We have assembled a glossary of discipline-specific terminology to make the event more accessible and inclusive to anyone in the community. Check the “Accessibility” page for more info!

The event is free and open to all! If you are not affiliated with the Environmental Sciences Department at UVA, please register by the end of February 23rd.

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