The more than 400 projects presented at the 12th annual University of Wisconsin-Madison Undergraduate Symposium have little in common but the gifted students behind them.

On April 15, more than 500 students, a significant increase from previous years, presented class or independent projects in the form of a poster, display, oral presentation or performance at the Memorial Union on the University of Wisconsin Madison campus.

Among those students was Ripon’s Adam Hahn.

This year’s symposium featured a larger sampling from the humanities in addition to the traditional caliber of scientific research.

For full story, see the April 29, 2010 edition of the Ripon Commonwealth Press.

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