One of the aims of this year's Society and Culture Undergraduate Research Forum (SCURF) was to broaden its reach to the wider campus community. The 2014's theme, "Imprints: Humanity's Footprint on Time and Space," was deliberately developed to be applicable to research from a wide array of disciplines.
With most submissions historically hailing from the School of Social Sciences, this year's conference promises to analyze the "Imprints" theme from a multitude of perspectives, ranging from the biological sciences to film studies. The conference will be held in the Student Center's Ballroom B on Wednesday, April 9 from 5 - 9 p.m. In addition to dishing up original presentations, food and drinks will also be served.