The gathering is set for 12:45 to 5 p.m. at UPJ’s Living Learning Center.
UPJ President Jem Spectar said undergraduate students will present their independent scholarly and creative work including senior projects, undergraduate research, poetry and short fiction, internship reports, class projects and professional portfolios.
More than 200 undergraduate students presented at last year’s event.
Each student is given the opportunity to explain his/her project and answer questions from the audience.
SPACE is sponsored by a Phi Kappa Phi Promotion of Excellence Grant and coordinated by chemistry professor Dr. Elisabeth Bell-Loncella.
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