Top students at University of New Orleans' InnovateUNO selected for summit

InnovateUNO gives undergrads a better chance at success.
InnovateUNO gives undergrads a better chance at success. | University of New Orleans
The University of New Orleans' recent fourth annual InnovateUNO, a juried undergraduate research, scholarship and creative showcase, led to 16 competitors being invited to the University of Louisiana System Academic Summit in April.
  
The top five oral presenters, poster presenters and artists, and the top performer, will join the summit, which will be held at Nicholls State University in Thibodaux. The Privateer Choice Award was also designated for the second year, via a vote taken from any person attending the showcase.
  
The goal of the competition is to help undergraduate students attain success through research and creative pursuits not otherwise a part of their college life. These students build skills for successful careers while also improving retention rates, as proved by studies on creating opportunity for early involvement in undergraduate research that involves creative and scholarly works.
  
Elizabeth Sigler, coordinator of undergraduate research, said she was thankful for the work of the Undergraduate Research Council and the volunteers who helped organize and judge the event. She also thanked the Student Government Association, alumnus Pierre Champagne and the AT&T Foundation, all of whom lent financial support to the program to make this event possible.

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