27th Annual Student Research Week Underway
Student Research Week (SRW), the largest student-run research symposium in the nation, is under way at Texas A&M. This competition allows students the opportunity to present their research through either oral presentations or poster sessions.
The 27th annual event allows students, faculty and the community to see the depth and breadth of research conducted by students on campus, according to the Texas A&M Graduate & Professional Student Government which organizes the event.
Organizers say SRW has been a valuable tool in meeting the university’s mission of academic, research and service excellence.
A schedule of events is available from A&M SRW.
Students are competing for 1st and 2nd place prizes based within their subject area; first place winners receive $300 and second place winners receive $150.
Learn more about Student Research Week at srw.tamu.edu.