Each term our brilliant students engage in exceptional research-related activities for their ACM programs. The ACM Undergraduate Research and Creative Practice Symposium celebrates and showcases the creativity and hard work of our students across all programs at ACM, by offering students a platform to share their learning with a larger audience.
The primary purpose of this symposium would be to:
- Opening the possibility of engaging in interdisciplinary learning across and beyond ACM
- Provide our students with a platform that allows them to discuss/present their research/project with their peers
- Build a community of research that extends beyond their year of study by inviting first/second year students to participate as audience members
These presentations will range from:
ORAL PRESENTATION — An oral presentation is a formal, research-based presentation of the presenter's work; can include visuals like a PowerPoint slideshow, videos, etc.
CREATIVE WORK PRESENTATION — Presenters may exhibit art and creative works of all media (sculpture, installation, painting, etc.), as well as pre-recorded or live performances (music, theater, etc.).
Please join us for this in-person event. We look forward to you being our guest!
Our 2022 Symposium Presenters:
- Yipeng Wang – Walls on Bridges: The Exit of Hololive from Mainland China
- Myuri Srikugan – Evolving Self-Expression through Art
- Chloe Kouyoumdjian - The Art of Curiosity
- Zhuorui Cai – The Republic
- Jonathan Hay - Educational or Exploitative? Understanding NFT Content on YouTube
- Polen Light – Engineering Dynamism: The Role of Special Events on Longevity of Arts Organizations
Please read below for UofT's COVID-19 protocol before attending any in-person event:
1. Individuals must continue to be masked in indoor spaces; medical-grade masks are recommended. Masks may be removed when eating/drinking in designated areas or taken outside to consume.
2. Capacity limits and physical distancing is no longer required, but please be respectful of others’ comfortability.
3. For directions on how to get to UTSC and parking (if needed), please see this link: https://www.utsc.utoronto.ca/admissions/directions