Sneak peek of topics to be on display at 2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium


SIMPSON — Symposium Day at Simpson College is the one day that students get to show off all the hard work they have done over the past semester or year.  This year, Simpson students have taken on a much greater responsibility to inform the public of topics that are most impactful to their lives. They have worked countless hours to find answers to the questions that keep people awake at night. Since classes are cancelled for the day, there is no excuse to miss these thought-provoking presentations. Here is a sneak peek at some of the topics that will be on display:

Correlation Between Squirrel Happiness and Habitat: Are Squirrels Happier on College Campuses?


Milk & Cookies: The Ideal Temperature to Consume Cookies


Minions: A Complete Translation


Why Cats Like Laser Pointers


An Analysis of Literature Describing Explosions


Correlation Between Seagull Migration Patterns and Ice Cream Theft

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Explained Mismatching Socks May Predict Achievement on SAT’s


Program Designed to Spell Words Using the Periodic Table


How Satire Empirically Improves People’s Lives


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