PRISM 2009 – UPRRP

The Puerto Rico Interdisciplinary Scientific Meeting The Puerto Rico Interdisciplinary Scientific Meeting is the annual island wide forum for undergraduate science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) students to present their research projects. For the past 17 years, PR–LSAMP has co–sponsored this activity, together with the local chapter of the American Chemical Society. A total of 4,346 research projects have been presented during this time period.

Every March over 300 undergraduate and graduate STEM students majors from the different universities in Puerto Rico present their research projects to an audience of over 600 faculty members and peers. The event opens with a plenary conference by a nationally recognized scientist.



Posted October 28, 2009 by Computer Science Department