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SLU Sigma Xi Announces Symposium Award Winners


SLU Chapter Sigma Xi Scientific Research Honor Society held its annual research symposium on Monday, April 3.

The event returned to an in-person format and received over 75 abstracts from various disciplines. More than 20 volunteers from across campus served as judges for the posters.

The top award winners for each division will receive a cash prize.

Graduate Physical Sciences and Engineering

Undergraduate Physical Sciences and Engineering

Graduate Biological and Life Sciences

Undergraduate Biological and Life Sciences

Graduate Social and Behavioral Sciences

Undergraduate Social and Behavioral Sciences

New members to Sigma Xi were also recognized and participated in an induction ceremony. The Office of Vice President for Research, the School of Science and Engineering, the College of Arts and Sciences, The International Faculty and Staff Association, and the Institute for Drug and Biotherapeutic Innovation all helped support the event. 

About Sigma Xi

Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Honor Society is the world’s largest multidisciplinary honor society for scientists and engineers. Its mission is to enhance the health of the research enterprise, foster integrity in science and engineering, and promote the public understanding of science for the purpose of improving the human condition.

Sigma Xi chapters can be found at colleges and universities, government laboratories, and industry research centers around the world. More than 200 Nobel Prize winners have been members. Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Honor Society was founded in 1886, and it has over 500 chapters in the world. SLU Chapter was founded in 1944. If interested in becoming a member, contact