Photographs by Lee Pellegrini for Boston College Magazine's @BC Studio
Ten undergraduate independent research projects—launched in the departments of biology, biochemistry, classical studies, computer science, economics, finance, information systems, and physics—were displayed at a daylong symposium on big data held on campus this semester. In a spirit of open exchange, another 19 undergraduates shared the substance of their senior theses with faculty, staff, and peers at a separate event.
Here is a sampling of their work.
The University’s daylong symposium on big data was held on March 16 in the Newton and Boston Rooms; senior theses were presented in the O’Neill Reading Room on April 8.