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Research Week, more than 100 student researchers came to together to celebrate and share their research with their peers during the Undergraduate Research Symposium.

In a collaboration between the Undergraduate Research Students’ Association (URSA) and the Office of Undergraduate Research, the symposium offers students from all majors and disciplines the opportunity to showcase their research in an oral presentation. URSA is in its ninth year hosting this event.
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Neutron Spectroscopy and Scattering at the Spallation Neutron Source: Opportunities for Chemists in the Southeast and Beyond” for 2014 Southeast Regional Meeting of American Chemical Society (SERMACS) that will be held from October 16-19 in Nashville, Tennessee.

This symposium will bring together identified experts in the field of neutron molecular spectroscopy, including Larese who spearheaded the effort to bring such spectroscopy to the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS).

“It will not only increase the University’s visibility as a leader in performing cutting edge science with neutrons but also extends our professional relationships beyond the borders of Tennessee.” Larese said. “Furthermore, it allows us to introduce the Universities intellectual and professional expertise to a diverse group of students, faculty and scientific professionals not typically assembled in a concentrated forum within the Tennessee borders.”

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