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 2015

As the undergraduate research community works to ensure that those in the U.S. Congress have a clear understanding of the research and education programs they fund, nothing more effectively demonstrates the value of undergraduate research than a student participant's words, work, and stories. Undergraduate research must be among the programs that members of Congress understand if it is to continue to be supported, and to grow. Posters on the Hill will be held in the Spring 2015 (after the Congressional calendar for Spring is set). 

National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR)

Eastern Washington University is excited to host the 2015 National Conference on Undergraduate Research on April 16 - 18, 2015. The conference features presentations, scholarship, and performances in the sciences, humanities, social sciences, and arts by more than 1,000 students. Abstracts are due on December 2, 2014.

Annual West Coast Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research (WCBSUR) Conference  

The West Coast Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research Conference is a one day conference where students can present their research in the field of biology and biochemistry. The 2012 National Medal of Science winner, Dr. Lee Hood, will present the keynote address, which will take place on April 25, 2015, at Point Loma Nazarene University, in San Diego, CA. Students interested in presenting at the conference are encouraged to submit an abstracted by March 20th, 2015.