Off-Campus Conferences

One of the most effective ways to share your research findings with peers, faculty members and other individuals in your field is by presenting at academic conference. This will also help you to gain a deeper understanding and knowledge of your work. All students who would like to present at a conference are encouraged to submit their proposals to their faculty mentor for approval prior to presenting it at a conference. Please notify the Office of Undergraduate Research when submitting proposals.

If you have been accepted to present at a conference and need assistance with funding for travel, please visit Travel Awards to apply for a grant. You may also apply for funding to attend a conference that will enhance your academic and/or professional careers.


Posters on the Hill 2018

Washington, DC

The Council on Undergraduate Research is pleased to announce submissions for the 22nd annual Poster on the Hill event in Washington, D.C will open September 6th. This is a competitive event, giving students the opportunity to showcase their research to congressional members, meet with their representatives, and learn about advocacy for undergraduate research.

Timeline:
  • Application opens: Wednesday, September 6, 2017
  • Application closes: Wednesday, November 1, 2017.  Portal closes at 11:59PM EST.
  • Notification of selection: early February 2018
  • Posters on the Hill Event: TBD, date will be set once the congressional calendar is in place


32nd Annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR)

University of Central Oklahoma - April 4-7, 2018

NOTE: NCUR 2018 hotels are now available for booking. Rooms can be reserved via credit card or purchase order. 

It’s impossible to separate a university and its community. They are connected by vision, by need, by goals. Together, they thrive. The National Conference on Undergraduate Research 2018 embraces this vital relationship in the conference theme, Connection to Place, recognizing the increasing need for direct relevance of an educational experience to the communities that await the college graduate in 2018 and beyond. 

The University of Central Oklahoma warmly invites you to our place to make connections with innovative undergraduate research, new friends, and new places to broaden your perspective. We call the growing Oklahoma City metro home, where opportunity is as wide open as the plains on which this great city was built. On campus, you’ll encounter a welcoming community surrounded by restaurants, shopping and entertainment in Edmond, Oklahoma’s charming downtown. Just a few minutes away, you can explore Oklahoma’s Native American roots and cowboy heritage. Find adventure at the Oklahoma City Boathouse district, an official U.S. Olympic and Paralympic training site and home to UCO’s CHK|Central Boathouse. Experience downtown OKC’s thriving culture and cuisine scene.

Find your Connection to Place at NCUR 2018!


Annual West Coast Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research (WCBSUR) Conference  

WCBSURC 2018 will be hosted by Saint Mary's College in Moraga, CA in April of 2018
 


Southern California Conferences for Undergraduate Research (SCCUR)

Cal Poly Pomona SCCUR 2017

November 18, 2017, 9 am to 5 pm
Abstract Submission Period: 09/15/2017 - 10/05/2017