Undergraduate Research Student Conferences
Below are venues (conferences and meetings) for students to present the results of their undergraduate research or creative activities. Please note, the deadlines for submitting an abstract to individual conferences are often several months in advance of the conference itself. For some conferences, the number of presentation slots from each insittution are limited in which case Cortland's Undergraduate Research Council will review and select student presentors to represent SUNY Cortland. SUNY Cortland undergraduate students who have their presentation accepted for a conference are eligible to receive a URC Travel Grant and should apply for one (see funding links to left) in advance of the deadline in the semester in which the conference is held.
Transformations: A Student Research and Creativity Conference. SUNY Cortland, April 15, 2015
SUNY Cortland’s Student Scholarship Symposium (formally known as Scholars’ Day) is an event designed to demonstrate, highlight, promote and encourage scholarship among SUNY Cortland students and their faculty mentors. Our scholarly work is crucial to who and what we are as individuals and as an institution. For more information please watch for email announcements or visit this page. Deadlines for abstract submission is usually in Decmeber.
National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). Eastern Washington University. Cheny, WA. April 16-18, 2015
The National Conferences on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) promote undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative activity in all fields of study. The annual conference gives undergraduate scholars in all fields and from all types of institutions of higher learning a forum to share the results of their work through posters, presentations, performances and works of art. Please visit this link for information. The deadline for abstract submission is December 2, 2014.
2015 Posters on the Hill (Council on Undergraduate Research). Washington, D.C.
In the Spring of 2015 the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) will host its 18th annual undergraduate poster session on Capitol Hill. This event will help members of Congress understand the importance of undergraduate research by talking directly with the students whom these programs impact. CUR is calling for students to submit an abstract of their research that represents any of CUR's disciplinary divisions (Arts and Humanities, Biology, Chemistry, Geosciences, Health Sciences, Mathematics/Computer Science, Physics/Astronomy, Psychology, and Social Sciences). For more information about the Posters on the Hill program, please visit this link for more information and abstract submission. The deadline for abstract submission is November 5, 2014.