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About the FURI Symposium

At this semi-annual poster presentation, students in the research and travel grant programs present their research and share their findings with peers, the ASU community and the community at large. Attendees can also enter a raffle for FURI swag by talking with students!

This event is also open to all undergraduate engineering students who are working on research with an engineering faculty member. Students not funded through FURI, but interested in presenting their research, can contact the FURI Office at at least one month prior to the Symposium.


What exactly is the Symposium?
It is an open house style poster display of all the research supported by the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative, and students funded through the Undergraduate Research Travel Grant program, as well as other undergraduate students conducting research with an Engineering faculty member.

Do all the students funded under the Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative have to present a poster?
Presenting at the FURI Symposium is a requirement of the program. The Symposium is also consistently one of our students’ most favorite experience of FURI!

Can any student present at the FURI Symposium?
Yes, full-time undergraduate students in good academic standing and in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering may present at Symposium. Students must also be conducting research under the guidance of a Fulton Schools faculty mentor. Interested in presenting? Email us at!

Do students receiving funding in the Travel Grant Program have to present at the Symposium?
Students who receive undergraduate research travel grant funding are required to present at the FURI Symposium as a condition of the award.

Will FURI pay costs to create the poster? 
Yes, the FURI program will cover the cost of poster printing. Specific details will be provided to students as the Symposium date approaches.

What are the poster guidelines?
Specific guidelines and a poster template will be available on Blackboard for participants. The poster is 24 by 36 inches in size and can include illustrations, diagrams, charts, and text that highlights the research being conducted.

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