Join us for the 2017 Undergraduate Symposium
on Thursday, May 18, 2017 in the EMU
New: $500 Pre-Med Research Award! Sponsored by Clark Honors College
For a project in the life sciences with unique or innovative medical applications, or which advances the known frontiers of medical research. The $500 award may be used to cover fees and travel costs associated with the presentation of student work at disciplinary or national conferences or symposiums.
Seventh Annual Undergraduate Symposium is Thursday, May 18, 2017
The Seventh Annual Undergraduate Symposium will host over 200 undergraduates engaged in original research, creative work, and community-based projects from over 50 majors and seven colleges in the Erb Memorial Union for a day of oral and poster presentations, creative work installations, and artistic performances. The Undergraduate Symposium also wishes to acknowledge the faculty mentors who sponsor the presenters throughout their presentation process.
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By participating you will have the opportunity to display your work to faculty and students and have an experience similar to participating in a research conference! People are friendly and want to hear about your research. It's fun too!
Want to see examples of past poster, oral, or creative work presentations? Check out our archives to see previous topics, gain inspiration, and get a feel for what presenting is like at the Undergraduate Symposium.
Help from NEXUS
The NEXUS student group provides a full range of support and resources for prospective and accepted undergraduate presenters, encompassing abstract writing, poster and slideshow design, oral and poster presentation, and public speaking. If you have any questions feel free to email us at NEXUS@uoregon.edu
Sixth Annual Undergraduate Symposium
The Sixth Annual Undergraduate Symposium was honored to welcome the largest and most disciplinary diverse cohort of undergraduates to date—encompassing over 200 presenters representing 57 majors and seven colleges.
The 2016 Undergraduate Symposium Faculty Review Committee accepted 185 proposals after a rigorous abstract review process. Presenters—individually and in teams—shared their ideas, discoveries, research, and artistic expressions with the campus and local community through 97 poster exhibits, 60 oral presentations, and 8 creative work installations and performances. New categories for service learning and international research were spotlighted as well.
The Undergraduate Symposium also wishes to acknowledge the 213 faculty mentors who sponsored the presenters' proposals.
Please peruse the official 2015 Undergraduate Symposium program.
We thank you for joining us to support undergraduates' original contributions in the sciences, social sciences, humanities, arts, and professions.