TFTV’s Undergraduate Research Symposium went virtual

During April 15-24, the School of Theatre, Film and Television launched its reinvented 8th Undergraduate Research Symposium in a new online format. This year the live, conference-style event that showcases research papers by TFTV Bachelors of Arts and Bachelors of Fine Arts students went virtual. Each of the four panels were released individually, with the event culminating in a awards ceremony premiere hosted by Dr. Anna Cooper and Dr. Jessica Maerz.

The Daily Wildcat spoke with Tiffany Gordon, Linda Varela, and Megan Wiese – three of the symposium participants, about their process and experience with the URS.





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