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Researcher Support Services 04.26.2022

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Hello, all! The project gallery for the Spring 2022 Data to Policy Project Symposium is now up and accessible. This gallery page has links to all submitted projects, which will take you to individual abstracts and the associated PowerPoints, posters, and presentation videos. We encourage users to take a look at these projects, and, certainly to attend the live virtual symposium from 9am to 1:45pm on April 29th, 2022. Information on the symposium and instructions on how to access the virtual Zoom can be accessed here via our Symposium Instructions document.

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to anyone on the D2P Executive Committee (Shea Swauger, Diane Fritz, or Matthew Mariner) here: https://library.auraria.edu/d2pproject/contact-us.

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