On April 24, 2020, NDMU students and faculty participated in our first ever virtual Research Day event! Students in any of the University's divisions were eligible to submit a proposal online. Faculty members mentored and at times collaborated in the development of these projects. Students rallied to transform what is normally a live event rich with personal interactions and in-person Q&A into a celebration of not only stellar academic work but flexibility and adaptation as presentations and posters were instead shared through a variety of recorded methods. Victoria Meadows '15, who currently works as a laboratory animal research assistant for the Center for Epigenetic Research in Child Health and Brain Development at the University of Maryland, Baltimore School of Medicine and a volunteer dolphin trainer and behind the scenes tour guide at the National Aquarium, gave the Opening Speech by video and participated as a guest judge.