Steinmetz Symposium

Every spring, Union students showcase their scholarly and creative work at the popular Steinmetz Symposium, begun in 1991.  This all-campus event is named for former electrical engineering and applied physics professor Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1865-1923), widely regarded as America’s leading electrical engineer of that era.  Classes are suspended for the day as students, faculty, staff and parents attend student research presentations all over campus.

The dates for Steinmetz 2017 (held on Friday, May 12, 2017) are:

Steinmetz Abstract Submissions due Thursday, Feb 23
Steinmetz Abstract Approvals (by faculty) due Friday, March 3

Learn more at the Steinmetz Symposium Website

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