2018 Berea College Research Symposium
2018 plenary speaker, Dr. Elizabeth Cottrell, Geologist - Curator-in-Charge, Rock and Ore Collections, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History
The program for Fall 2018 will be held on Friday, October 19th and Saturday, October 20th. The 2018 BURS will begin with an opening plenary talk by Jacqulyn Noronha-Hostler on "The Quest for Nature’s First and Most Perfect Liquid" in the Yahng Center (MAC 455). After a short break, we will have student oral presentations starting at 2PM (MAC 356, 357, 551, 506) and a plenary talk entitled "Breathing the Earth" at 4PM by Elizabeth Cottrell of the Smithsonian Institution . BURS will continue with student poster presentations and other departmental activities the following morning (Saturday) and the official opening ceremony for the new Cargill Science Building at 2:00 pm and followed by a convocation delivered by Dr. Mae Jemison, first African American woman to travel to space on the Shuttle Endeavor at 3:00 pm.
Cottrell Plenary Title: Breathing the Earth
2018 Grand Opening Convocation Speaker, Mae C. Jemison (BS Chemical Engineering, MD), former NASA astronaut, professor at Dartmouth, CEO of Jemison Group and BioSentient Corporations
We have been hosting the BURS since 2001 and have records of participants going back to 2007 online (see links to the left).
Students and faculty interested in attending or participating in the 2018 BURS should either contact Jay Baltisberger or Anes Kovacevic of the chemistry program. Alternatively a student may elect to register online via the link on the Chemistry department web server.
Registration for the 103rd Kentucky Academy of Sciences Meeting should follow this link KAS Registration
The following students have registered to do presentations for 2019